The harger should be outdoor rated but depending on your city, they may require that it not be visible from the street. I’ve seen a number of installations where the charger is in the garage and a small slot (like a mail slot) is used to pass the cable through to the outside. Only downside is that you have to temporarily remove the cable from the charger so you can pass it through.Thanks for the information. Although we have a small 2 car garage, we've never had 2 cars in that thing. I'm thinking that I would install the Ford charger on the outside wall with access to the Lightning since it won't fit in the garage and when we eventually get the second car, it will use the 14-50 plug you mention.
I never really considered switching between the chargers mainly because at this stage I'm most concerned about inclement weather impacting the battery life. However, this is a problem that doesn't exist yet (since we're still a couple years aways from having 2 BEVs) but from the sounds of your two examples, it's not too much of a hurdle.
I currently have a 100amp service that at the very least I would like to upgrade to 200amp to support the Lightning.
Also, if it’s installed outside and gets sun during the day, think about some sort of shade. UV is a b*tch on plastic, even outdoor-rated plastic.
25’ is the longest allowed cable length (not that you can’t find extenders but they aren’t code compliant and can be a hazard) so try to plan around that.