Tesla is the latest manufacturer to commit to using NACS (North American Charging Standard). The company was the last remaining among the major automakers, meaning NACS is becoming a true common standard.
according to , electric vehicles from the Stellantis brands (which include Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat, Ram, Jeep and Alfa Romeo) will start using the NACS connector on select models next year. The automaker will also offer an adapter for existing vehicles, meaning drivers will be able to charge using either the NACS or Combined Charging System (CCS) ports.
Stellantis says accepting NACS builds on its commitment to six other automakers. By 3030, more than 30,000 fast charging points on highways and urban areas in North America. These stations will support NACS and CCS.
It has joined the likes of the car maker Volkswagen, , , , , , and In supporting NACS. EV charging network operators and also promised to adopt NACS after Tesla At the end of 2022.