Are you saying a Tesla Mobile's TT-30 plug dongle will charge 120V @ 24A, ~2880W? That would be handy
That is exactly what I'm saying.
It feels like I beat that drum too much, but seriously, I have not found a mobile cord on the market that can do everything the Tesla one does; especially for the price. I would never leave home without one, regardless of the brand of EV I'm driving.
The TT-30 adapter gets a lot of use, because it is by far the most common RV plug.
The unit will also charge from a 20 amp 110 socket at 16 amps. Not much of a boost over the 12 amps that the Ford charger will do, but I have found a lot of hotel plugs with the 20 amp socket and makes for a nice overnight advantage.
I should note that Tesla stopped shipping the TT-30 adapter in their NEMA kit (a must-carry in my book). I am told that Tesla views the TT-30 as a sub-standard outlet. Many of them are old and in poor condition.
Happily, they can be had aftermarket here:
They have the Tesla OEM temp sensors in them, and I have seen the smart EVSE back the pull down from 24a to 18a or even lower automatically if it's line tests see a problem, or the plug head heats up. Being in the sun can trigger this slowdown, but the unit's aggressive protection systems are appreciated.
It is rare that I take a long trip without using the TT-30 adapter at least a couple of times, as I enjoy camping in the Model Y and not everywhere has a 14-50.