Electric car technology is rapidly evolving.

While until recently most EV manufacturers used the J1772 connector for Level 2 charging,

and the CCS connector for DC fast charging, which might be radically different in a few years. Why?

The move to the North American Charging Standard, or NACS, has been publicised by a number of leading automakers.

NACS is a company best known as "the Tesla plug." What does this imply to you, exactly?

Currently, the NACS connector is used by every Tesla vehicle.

Tesla developed the NACS as a charging standard for a connector.

Future vehicles will use the NACS connector, according to announcements from Ford, GM, and Rivian.