Fisker, a new American car maker, announced today that the brand has signed an agreement with Tesla to adopt the North American Charging Standard (NACS) on its models starting in the first quarter of 2025.
Like other automakers adopting the NACS standard, Fisker said it will also provide NACS adapters for its existing CCS models, so that existing models can also use the adapters to use Tesla Superchargers in North America.
In addition, Fisker also said that they will also retain the CCS interface so that users can continue to use the CCS charging network. Fisker has said it will deliver its second model, the Pear, in 2025, which means the production model of Pear will be equipped with the NACS interface.
It is found that Ford, General Motors, Volvo, Mercedes and other companies have announced to join the Tesla NACS network, and it is expected that more car companies will join in the future.