Qi charging for cell phones is also an inefficient process. Chargers can actually overheat. Even in normal operation they'll get warm. At the 5-15W that Qi operates at it's not that big of a deal... But imagine trying to fast-charge a vehicle with an inductive loop with a 10"+ gap and there are some real thermal/power/safety issues to deal with.I don't think I'm over estimating it. To provide a wireless induction based power connection for the ~2000 watts of equipment, you'd need some rather large and heavy coils. Think about a cell phone's wireless charger. It's providing something in the range of 10 or 15 watts. Sizing that up to handle 2000 watts is huge. Cable management arms as pictured above in timesinks' post are a lot cheaper and easier to install for this type of application.