Meanwhile, the CCS1 adaptor, generally known as the secret Dock, permits EVs that are non-Tesla come to be appropriate for the V4 stalls. Tesla EVs like the Cars/tesla/model-3″ rel=”noopener”>Model 3 and Model X instead come with the brand’s very own North American Charging Standard (NACS) connector. But soon, this type of connector will be seen in EV models from other brands.
Ford, Rivian, and General Motors have already agreed to use the NACS connectors. Kia could be the very first to Korean vehicle manufacturer to declare the change, while Nissan spearheaded Japanese car brands. Part of the agreement is the access to over 12,000 Tesla Supercharger networks in the US and Canada by 2024. In the following year, participating non-Tesla EVs will feature the NACS connector.
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