EVs come with a Level 1 charger that can be plugged into a standard 110v electric outlet and connected to the port on the vehicle. This is the easiest, although slowest, way to charge your vehicle, and doesn’t require any additional parts or purchases.
Level 2 chargers can also be installed at home residences, which requires purchasing a Level 2 charger from one of the many manufacturers. You also need a 240v wall outlet (like the outlet for a home dryer), which needs installation by a professional electrician. Then you plug into the charging port on the vehicle, just like a Level 1.