As others said, the charger is actually built into the car. What you plug into the wall socket is just the EVSE which is just an extension coord designed to add additional safety. There are 240V EVSE's, referred to as 'dual chargers', which have adapters to allow them to plugin to 120V outlets, and in that mode - they work just as the normal ford 120V EVSE. However, there are some complaints that these adapters aren't as safe as they should be. Even the stock 120V ford charger when plugged into a bad 120V outlet or a poor 120V extension coord can have safety issues. So, I think the general recommendation is stick with the factory EVSE if charging at 120V and try to avoid any adapters or coords (be extra careful if you use them). If you want to go 240V, have someone who knows what they are doing and who uses good parts setup a dedicated 240V branch and then use only 240V EVSE's that are UL certified and have a good safety record.
Fyi -- there was a house that burned down a few blocks from me last month, apparently the owners had a new fiskar EV sedan that was charging at the time, and the rumor is that the battery exploded and caused an uncontrollable fire in the garage....no one died, but there were was concern about the fire spreading to other homes for a bit.
Plugin cars are great, but there is definitely a good amount of safety and electrical improvements (along with education) that we, as a society, need to get through before they are widely deployed.
Edited by marlowefamily, 29 November 2017 - 01:06 PM.