Volvo embraces Tesla’s NACS for future Electric Cars from 2025, adapter for existing models in 2024

Volvo recently revealed its plans for upcoming electric vehicles, including the adoption of Tesla’s NACS connector starting in 2025. To facilitate this transition, Volvo will offer an adapter for existing Volvo EVs, set to be released next year.

This move aligns with the growing trend among electric automakers in North America. Preceding Volvo, Ford, GM, and Rivian had all announced their intentions to adopt the same NACS standard.

In a press release, Volvo emphasized its commitment to becoming a fully electric car manufacturer by 2030 and proudly announced itself as the first European automaker to establish an agreement with Tesla. Through this agreement, both current and future Volvo electric car drivers will have access to Tesla’s extensive Supercharger network spanning the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Importantly, Volvo reiterated that the NACS connector will become a standard option for their electric vehicles in North America starting in 2025. In the interim, a temporary solution will be provided to current Volvo EV owners in the form of an adapter, enabling them to utilize Tesla’s Supercharger network.

Furthermore, Volvo confirmed its plans to offer an NACS to CCS adapter, ensuring that its EV owners can also access CCS chargers across North America.

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