For those wondering, the top part of the plug is basically the current L2 plug. So existing L2 chargers will easily continue to be used by both old and new.
The difficulty is that the added-on DC part at the bottom physically prevents connection to many existing L2 cars, even though electrically it'd be perfectly usable.
And of course the handful of cars currently in the US with separate L3 connections will have no use for this, but that was to be expected.
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; 1999 Mercury 'new' Cougar
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