Automakers Plan to Provide Adapters for Tesla Superchargers
Tesla operates the largest network of fast-chargers, but other automakers are planning to provide adapters for their EVs.
Automakers to Provide Adapters for Tesla Superchargers
Tesla, the leader in the EV market, operates the largest network of fast-chargers. Many of its Supercharger stations are conveniently located along highly traveled corridors with limited charging stations in the area. However, other automakers have plans to provide adapters for their electric vehicles (EVs) to connect to the Tesla network without needing a NACS connector.
By next year, Ford, General Motors, and other automakers will offer adapters to customers with EVs equipped with the CCS technology. This will allow them to easily plug into the Tesla network and access the Supercharger stations. The official inclusion of NACS connectors in their EVs is scheduled to start in 2025.
While some automakers are partnering with Tesla, other companies, like Mercedes-Benz, are building their own charging networks independently. Additionally, seven automakers have announced their collaboration to develop a fast-charging network.