is the latest manufacturer to commit to using Tesla's NACS (North American Charging Standard). The company was the last holdout among major automakers, meaning NACS is becoming a true common standard.
According to , electric vehicles from Stellantis brands (including Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat, Ram, Jeep and Alfa Romeo) will begin using the NACS connector in some models next year. The automaker will also offer an adapter for existing vehicles, meaning drivers will be able to charge using NACS or Combined Charging System (CCS) ports.
Stellantis says its adoption of NACS builds on its engagement with six other automakers to of more than 30,000 fast charging stations on highways and in urban areas across North America by 3030. These stations will support NACS and CCS.
The automaker joined companies like Volkswagen, , , , , , And by supporting NACS. Electric vehicle charging network operators And also committed to adopting NACS after Tesla end of 2022.