So, um, basic math envelope-scirbbling:
~100kWh battery (to be slightly more range than 85kWh Tesla), charging to 80% (or 80kWh) in 15 minutes, is 320kW during charging.
320kW / 240V = ~1300kA
Good luck getting your local electric company to give you a 1300+ amp connection for a residence. Most people have at most 100-200A on their main breaker. And the theoretical "concept" of this car's inductive charging system: 800V at presumably around 400A is just scary. Don't accidentally drop a penny under the car on top of the inductive loop! I don't want to even picture trying to dissipate ~320kW through a penny.
Not clear to me how there are more people reading about this "concept" car that might or might not be in production in around 5 years maybe, and saying "wait a minute, this doesn't make any sense".