There are different types of cables for charging an electric vehicle. Every car model comes with a cable with a plug that connects to the charger socket and a connector that plugs into the car (socket or inlet).
Here is an overview of international standards for the types of connection to the electric charging network.
Charging vehicles at home typically takes place in alternating current "AC" in Mode 1, Mode 2, or Mode 3, subject to national regulatory restrictions. All cables supplied with the car can be used. Electric vehicles can be charged at public AC stations (in Italy according to Mode 2 and Mode 3) or at DC stations (Mode 4).