The Honda Clarity used to come in two electric trims, the all Electic Clarity and the Plug In Hybrid version. As of the 2021 model year, only the plug in Hybrid version is being sold.
The all electric Honda Clarity could charge through both the industry standard J1772 as well as a fast charge CCS connector, while the Plug In Hybrid can only charge through the J1772 connector.
When using the standard J1772 connector, either car can charge at a maximum of 30A/240V via a third party EVSE. This allows the car to fully charge overnight.
There is another type of charger you can charge at with the right adapter.
Tesla has spent years installing and building a proprietary destination charging network at restaurants, hotels and businesses (not to be confused with their Supercharger network, which is different, and cannot currently be used by non Tesla vehicles). As of 2023, they have more than 35,000 locations that can provide (usually) free charging at a 32 amp or more charge rate. In addition, many Tesla owners will have installed a Tesla specific charger in their houses.
Non Tesla vehicles can also use these destination chargers if you have one of the following adapters (all three of these do the same thing, pick one):
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