This one is in need of removal. An extension cord running into a hole in the wall is never OK. Perhaps another outlet box coming out the other side of the wall is called for to serve whatever that's running.
Most of the wall is fine if you put sheetrock or plywood or pegboard or some other wall covering so the wiring is protected inside the wall, not exposed. That upper yellow cable needs to be properly stapled or otherwise secured (into the middle of the studs) before you do that.
Unclear from just this picture what the best approach for the cables run along the sill is going to be. Since the orange one goes up over the garage door anyway, it should probably be re-routed up over the people door and into the wall space before adding wall covering, rather than being stapled to the bottom plate as it is.
Any wiring that's "permanent extension cords" needs to be killed and replaced with actual building wire, properly routed and protected, and outlet boxes. That includes the orange one if it's an extension cord, not NM cable. If bringing things up to current code all garage outlets should be GFCI protected.
It's probably best to preserve the 240V charging circuit for potential future use, but depending on the whole picture it might well want to be relocated so as to put its feed into the wall before covering the wall, removing another problematic cable running under the door. Or, again depending on the whole picture we don't have, it might be best used to feed a sub-panel in the garage, which could possibly solve some of the issues currently being run from extension cords and still be able to supply a perfectly reasonable electric car charger as well, if at some point you or a future owner gets one.