Yeah ... I wasn't ignoring that initial 3.3kW limitation. But I was hoping that 16A at level 1 (120V) is possible (120V*16A=1.92kW) rather than being limited to 12A. Of course ... all this speculation can go further.
a. How about TT-30 ("30 amp service") at RV parks ? (120V * 30A * 80% = 2.88kW)
b. How about 208V service at higher amps, but still under 3.3 ? (e.g. 15.9A * 208V = 3.3kW)
Note: Many current EV charging locations only provide 208V rather than the nominal Level 2 240V capability. The first public J1772 charging location was unveiled in Woodland, CA recently. It is 208V (now we just need a LEAF to test it !). Click Here
. (Ignore the "Woodside" typo. It's Woodland.)
So ... we need to know a little more than "3.3kW limit" ... we need to know current limit or how the car determines and/or possibly limits it. (Was this already published somewhere else and I missed it?)