At first sight, one might think that it's a Ford "Supercharger," but it's not. It's not even a charger, as it's an AC Level 2 charging point (usually they have several, up to 19.2 kW power output).
Tesla Superchargers are DC fast chargers, which - depending on version - can deliver up to 250 kW of power.
Some have also noted that it's all about the design, as the Level 2 charging point does not need ventilation, like the DC fast chargers.
After seeing this, Tesla Product Design Director Javier Verdura posted a rough comment about the "fancy" Level 2 AC charging point:
"And by fancy you mean disingenuous, unnecessarily large, poorly executed knock-off of our design"
We actually don't know whether it's a one-off project and the role of Ford or its independent dealer, but it's not the first time we've see something like this. In 2019, a Lincoln-branded AC Level 2 charging point was seen at a dealership:
Ford currently is not building its own public charging infrastructure, but rather relies on the general infrastructure. It makes the entire case hilarious rather than a serious attempt to use Tesla's design in its own network.
Only time will tell what type of styling Ford will use in the future, if a large-scale charging infrastructure rollout actually happens.
With the most recent push towards electrification - 600,000 BEVs per year by the end of 2023 - and the goal to become the #2 BEV manufacturer in the U.S. within two years, maybe Ford should also introduce an in-house charging network?