Following a partnership with Tesla, users of Mercedes-Benz vehicles in North America will be able to utilize Superchargers as of 2024.

The North American Charging Standard (NACS) network will initially be made available to customers by the German automaker's existing CCS-compatible electric vehicles through an adapter.

 NACS charging ports will be incorporated into the architecture of new Mercedes-Benz EVs a year later.

This follows announcements of a similar nature by Ford, GM, Rivian, Volvo, and Polestar.

Mercedes-Benz is still planning to create its own "High-Power Charging Network" with more than 400 "Charging Hubs," housing more than 2,500 high-power chargers.

By the end of 2023, the first of these will have opened, and it will have both CCS1 and NACS plugs.

The first locations of the global Mercedes-Benz High-Power Charging Network went live this year.

the Charging Hubs will be accessible to all types of electric vehicle users and would be open to all brands of EVs.