If driving into a parking spot with a wireless connection to a Tesla port charger, the car can connect wirelessly to charge quickly.
It may cost more in system upgrades but probably won’t be much.
Moderator: Tesla stated in 2015 that wireless charging will not be available primarily due to the power losses that wireless charging at the level needed to charge the car. Perhaps design improvements could make them reconsider. They acquired (and then sold) a wireless charging company in 2023, so they may be reconsidering it.
Bosch now sells a Plugless charging system for the Leaf and Volt for $3,000. It’s not stated how much power it provides, but a full Leaf charge takes 8 hours. It can be inferred that it is quite a bit lower power than the Tesla home chargers, as these cars have small batteries.
A wireless supercharger would be cool, but the losses could be significant with such high power levels, and the costs to each vehicle could add several thousand dollars to the retail price.