In my "limited edition collectible brochure[LOL Porsche]" on page 49 it states the "Porsche Mobile Charger Connect" does 19.2kW (AC) and the "Porsche Mobile Charger" does 9.6kW (AC) The Porsche charging site @: www.porsche.com/taycan-charging States the "Porsche Mobile Charger" only does 7.2kW and the "Porsche Mobile Charger Connect" only does 11kW The official ["non collectible" lol again] Taycan Brochure says the same 11kW. I realize that in most cases 9-10h via 11kW charging overnight is enough to ensure full range the next morning but sometimes it would be nice to get more than 20-30 miles per hour of charge. Charging @ 19.2kW would return about 50-60 miles per hour at home which and it doesn't cost much more to run a 100amp circuit and wiring to the garage than a 50amp. Did Porsche build the Taycan with the internals that can handle 19.2kW charging via a 3rd party or more powerful factory charger option from Porsche? The Porsche Mobile Charger Connect @ $1120 plus $470 for the wall mount for 11kW is underwhelming to me, I know I know Porsche tax, but something like this: https://www.wattzilla.com/products/uno.htm Is only ~$400 more yet double the charging speed! Since nothing has been mentioned about it anywhere I can only assume the answer is that the Taycan does not support 19.2kW (AC) charging. I don't understand why Porsche bragged about 350kW charging then backpedaled to 270kW and blamed the charging network on that (when I have it in writing from Porsche in the "collectible" brochure) and why Porsche wouldn't enable the fastest home charging possible when all they do is brag about how fast the Taycan charges. 99% of the time EVs get charged @ home, why not allow 19kW charging in a EV costing this much? Tesla allows up to 80 amp (17.2kW) you'd think Porsche would want to trump them here with 19.2. Is there any chance the internal hardware upgrade option for the DC charger from 50kW to 150kW would affect the AC side and allow 19.2?