Tesla has just launched a new portable charging station designed for the modern home equipped with an existing NEMA 14-50 outlet, the most common high-voltage plug in the US. The offering is notably the automaker's first home charging solution that can be plugged into a wall outlet rather than being installed into the home’s electrical system, making it a simple plug-in device for easy installation.

In terms of its design, the charger boasts a sleek rectangular profile with curvature along the sides and top section and is draped in a metallic silver finish. The Wall Connector provides 40 amps (9.6kW) of power for all Model S, Model X and Model 3 long range vehicles, however, the Tesla Model 3 mid range and standard range vehicles will charge at 32 amps when using the 14-50 Wall Connector. The charging device is also equipped with a dedicated 24 foot cable for maximum flexibility.

Retailing for $500, you can head on over to Tesla's website now to cop.

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