I do not have anything readily available, but I can get it run easily by an electrician. So, is the 220v, Chargepoint is the way to go? Is it possible to use Chargepoint using a regular 110v outlet? If I get 220v wiring done, what Amp. should I shoot for?
If you want to reduce the frequency of charging, you will want 220-240V option so that you can comfortably completely charge your car overnight. The 110V option needs over 13 hours to do a complete charge.
The car caps out on Level 2 charger with rates at 7.4Kw, which basically means that you only need an EVSE capable of handling 32amps at 220-240V. I would recommend that you use a dedicated circuit if you are having the wiring done anyway. No harm in putting in a 50 amp breaker. That gives you plenty of headroom and allows you to use the connector for other things, like a nice welding machine.
In terms of EVSE - that's a personal choice and a financial choice. I have a very dumb 40amp EVSE from Mustart that you can get on Amazon. It does not have wifi, delayed charge, time of day settings, or history that you can pull. So if you need and want data, you should look at something smarter - Clipper Creek, Juicebox, or Chargepoint. You will find owners of all three on this forum. Also you do not need a 40 amp or 50 amp EVSE unless you are planning to add other electric vehicles to your fleet that have higher on board chargers.
If you want to be able to take your EVSE with you, I would recommend that you do not go with a Hardwired option. Have a NEMA 14-50 plug put in (you might want to check the EVSE for the plug end it uses) so that you can unplug the EVSE and take it with you to a vacation home, or when you travel. Again, more of a personal decision.