Jaguar joins the long list of car manufacturers such as Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mercedes, Polestar, Rivian and Volvo, who have decided to adopt Tesla's charging standard in North America.
Therefore, the new electric Jaguars starting from 2025 will natively have the North connector American Charging Standard (NACS). For owners of the current Jaguar I-Pace, the automaker will provide a specific adapter that will allow to connect cars to charging points equipped with the Tesla standard.
In this way, all owners of an electric vehicle from the English brand will be able to access Supercharger stations in North America
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Nothing is However, what has been said about the possible availability of an adapter to allow future models equipped with the NACS connector to also be able to recharge at CCS charging stations. Mark Camilleri, Jaguar's head of electrification services, commented:
Tesla has created a worldwide charging network that offers fast, reliable and convenient and we are delighted to be able to partner with them to provide access to Jaguar customers. This agreement will allow Jaguar drivers with NACS-equipped vehicles in the United States, Canada and Mexico can use Superchargers without an adapter.
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