Choosing an EV charging cable is not as complicated as it might seem at first glance. All cables have a type 2 connector at one end that goes into the charger. At the other end, they have either a type 1 connector (yazaki) or a type 2 connector (mennekes), which must match the electric car.
Then it is necessary to select the cable according to the power of the on-board charger, too weak a cable will slow down the charging, so it should either match or exceed the power of the on-board charger.
EV charging cables are made of quality materials and their service life is more than 10,000 connection cycles, so if you choose a stronger cable, they can always serve the future electric car.