Rivian Tesla Supercharger Access is Coming in March

Tesla announced yesterday Ford was the first company to access Tesla Superchargers, with more to come.

After the announcement by Ford, which is giving out free adapters for owners of its Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning, Rivian explained its timeline for joining the Tesla Supercharger network.

“Supercharger access is coming to Rivian – that’s 15,000 more fast chargers for Rivian owners across North America. In March we’ll be adding Supercharger sites to our vehicle and app trip planner with adapter shipments to owners starting soon after. Start planning your road trips!”, said Rivian.

Tesla has 27,000+ stalls for its own vehicles while there are 15,000 stalls for the North American Charging Standard and 500+ stalls for other EVs.

“To accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy, we are making it as easy as possible for drivers to own and charge an electric vehicle (EV). That’s why we’re opening our fast-charging network to allow more EV drivers to charge at over 15,000 Supercharging stalls across North America. And with approximately one new stall opening every hour, we’re just getting started,” said Tesla.

So Rivian will also join after Ford it seems. Tesla’s NACS page says General Motors, Volvo and Polestar are coming in “spring 2024”. Expect more to come.