Here’s How Driving An EV Is Becoming Even Greener
Starting in 2024, Ford's next-gen models in North America will be equipped with Tesla's NACS charging inlet.
Even with infrastructure growth and deals to get folks' attention, some new EV buyers may still require some convincing.
Ford CEO Jim Farley told CNBC he thinks "GM and others are going to have a big choice to make.”
The company’s decision comes after the recent announcement that Ford EVs will be equipped with the NACS plug.
To qualify for the offer, Texas buyers must order and take delivery of a new Model 3 before June 30 and sign up with Tesla Electric.
By 2025, 750 charging connectors will be available to non-Tesla EV drivers.
Starting next year, Ford EV buyers will get to use Tesla's 12,000-plus Superchargers in the US and Canada.
The infrastructure will be built by Electrify America's Electrify Commercial for Rocky Mountain Power.
While DC fast chargers are still the priority for charging infrastructure, destination chargers are also very important.
Critics may tell you it's all a hoax and that fossil fuels generate the electricity to charge EVs, but there's much more to the story.