Newer i-MiEVs came with a similar EVSE, but they just push the button to switch from 8 amps to 12 amps before plugging in.
I've moved on from stock EVSEs to my OpenEVSE units. Fully programmable, open-source, and have built-in energy meters. Mine support level 1 and level 2 up to 40 amps, with a long cord that makes them usable in many scenarios without an extension cord.
My EVSEUpgrade Mitsubishi unit permanently hangs in the garage for home charging. My Tesla and Bolt share a salvage 30 amp Eaton EVSE from a local Giant Eagle.
"Bear" - 2012 Diamond White Pearl ES with QC
"Koorz" - 2012 Cool Silver Metallic ES with QC
"Photon" - 2017 Bolt EV LT in Orange with QC
2018 Tesla Model 3, LR AWD, MSM
Solar-powered since 10/10/2013