Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Downstate Illinois (and sometimes Florida)
I don't have a hybrid, so this advice is based on guessing.
Assuming your power to the garage is good, just used the supplied charger for awhile. You'll be able to judge after a few weeks if the convenience of the faster charge is needed.
Before your car arrives, have an electrician check that wiring (he'll need to know the amperage draw of the charger). Often the wiring run to an unattached garage is minimal, only able to handle the lights and automatic opener. If it is not adequate and needs to be replaced, it might be smart to have the 240v line put in now.
2018 Chrysler Pacifica Limited Billet Silver, AST, 20" wheels (build date 1-25-18)
2014 Jeep Cherokee Latitude V6 FWD Eco Green
Past . . .
2012 Honda Odyssey EX-L, 2003 Mazda MPV, 1997 Odyssey,
1999 Accord, 1994 Accord, 1988 Accord . . .
. . . and others in the 'way back machine!
. . . First new car:
1962 Plymouth Valiant