Tesla Supercharger Access for Rivian, GM, Volvo, Polestar Coming in Spring

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Tesla has unveiled a new website dedicated to the North American Charging Standard (NACS), marking a significant step in its mission to expand electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

The site provides comprehensive information on NACS, showcasing its adoption by Tesla and its availability to other automakers. As of today, Ford EVs are compatible with the NACS, with Tesla indicating that additional automakers will be listed as compatible in the near future.

The initiative is part of Tesla’s broader strategy to accelerate the transition to sustainable energy by making EV charging more accessible. The website highlights the efficiency and reliability of the NACS, which has been developed from over 20 billion miles of charging data. It emphasizes the system’s fast charging capabilities, optimized design without moving parts, and its proven performance under pressure.

Tesla’s commitment to opening its Supercharging network to more EVs is evident in the upcoming inclusion of brands such as Rivian, General Motors, Volvo, and Polestar, expected to join in Spring 2024.

The new website serves as a resource for EV owners and manufacturers, detailing the process of transitioning vehicles to NACS and the future of charging without the need for adapters.