Stellantis Adopting Tesla’s Electric Vehicle Charging Standard by 2025

Stellantis has officially joined other significant automakers in adopting the North American Charging System (NACS), colloquially known as the Tesla plug, for its upcoming electric vehicle models in 2025. Stellantis,

the conglomerate behind brands like Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Maserati, confirmed its participation in a joint venture with seven automakers to create a massive EV charging network supporting NACS plugs across 30,000 charging points by 2030.

Stellantis Adopting Tesla's Electric Vehicle Charging Standard by 2025

The transition to NACS will start in 2025, with adapters provided for Stellantis EVs equipped with the current Combined Charging Standard (CCS) ports. In 2026, select 2026 model-year vehicles will feature native NACS support and hardware.

This move by Stellantis further solidifies NACS as the standard for EV charging in North America, signalling a potential decline for CCS in the region. Despite this, existing CCS-equipped EVs remain viable, with interoperability and affordable adapters supporting charging needs until the transition is complete.

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