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Here are Tesla NACS supported automakers and rollout roadmap

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Tesla NACS Charging Adapter

Starting today, Tesla has opened its Supercharger network to NACS support automakers and the company also published a roadmap of available and upcoming rollout of charging adapter support.

Tesla Superchargers account for three out of four fast EV chargers available in the U.S. and have set a standard for electric vehicle charging in North America. This standard is known as the North American Charging Standard (NACS).

Tesla currently has 27,000 stalls, 15,000+ stalls for NACS, and 500+ stalls for other EVs. The company said it is adding at least one new stall every hour.

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Last year, Ford became the first major automaker to commit to NACS support, and almost all of the car makers are now committed to this charging standard as of February 2024. Throughout this year, these companies will rollout external NACS charging adapters for their supported vehicles to access the Superchargers network.

In 2025, car makers will start launching new vehicles with in-built NACS ports which will remove the requirements for an external connector. Below you can check the vehicles that are supported and soon to receive NACS support with an estimated time.

Supported:

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  • Ford

Spring 2024:

  • Rivian
  • General Motors
  • Volvo
  • Polestar

Supported car companies and models can charge with NACS adapters.

Committed:

Below you can check all of the carmakers committed to NACS support.

  • Ford
  • Rivian
  • Polestar
  • Volvo Cars
  • General Motors (GM)
  • BMW
  • Fisker
  • Honda
  • Hyundai Motor
  • Jaguar Land Rover
  • Lucid Motors
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Nissan
  • Stellantis
  • Subaru
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen Group

Left to announce:

  • Mitsubishi Motors

Tesla App:

Customers and users can check for available chargers and locations using the Tesla app and also check metrics as well as charging costs.

(source – Tesla)

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