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EVs Are Switching to Tesla Chargers. Here's When It'll Actually Happen

08 Nov 2023 | Abstracted from CNET

"Tesla's NACS connector is smaller and the cable is more lightweight, meaning it's easier to plug in and charge your car...Most importantly, though, there are around 19,000 ports with NACS connectors in the US, while there are around 10,000 ports with CCS connectors.

"During 2024, carmakers will begin providing adapters for drivers of their current EVs. From 2025, new EVs will come equipped with Tesla charging ports built in."



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