I would throw a tube sock over that cord so it won't scratch the body.
If you look closely at the picture above, you will see a small thin black strip in the side vent. That's the door handle.
The above pic is a bit of weird angle but I wanted to catch a glimpse of the twin cooling fans under the hood.
There are not many places where you can just pull up and park a Tesla and charge it. The car comes with it's own cords and adapters to connect by means of a 4 prong plug. When reading a charge, the plug housing contains an LED ring around the outlet on the car and will illuminate different colors depending on the charge reading. The standard plug ins for other hybrid vehicles will not work as this takes a 50 volt charge. An electrical engineer had to contacted and a setup for this car had to be made. Not only did they have to change out the breaker, but they also had to find a larger diameter building cable to accommodate. Here's an excerpt about power output from www.teslamotors.com : )
"The AC induction motor and single speed gear box create instant torque from 0 rpm. Up to 295 lbs-ft of torque and 288 horsepower are produced as the car smoothly accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds."
These come with a price tag of about $109,000.00 USD. aahhhh. Someday.