Jaguar to implement Tesla’s charging standard for North American EVs

Jaguar has recently announced its intention to adopt Tesla’s proprietary charging connector, known as NACS (North American Charging Standard), for its upcoming electric vehicle models aimed at the North American market.

This announcement, made on Thursday, solidifies a partnership between Jaguar and Tesla. The primary objective of this collaboration is to offer Jaguar customers in North America access to Tesla’s extensive local charging network, which boasts an impressive count of over 12,000 Supercharger DC fast chargers.

Presently, Jaguar’s only electric vehicle option is the I-Pace, which utilizes the CCS1 connector. To facilitate I-Pace owners’ ability to connect to Tesla’s charging stations, Jaguar has plans to provide adapters. However, looking ahead to Jaguar’s electric vehicle lineup scheduled for release in 2025 and beyond, these models will come equipped with the NACS connector as an integral component of their design.

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