The industry for electric vehicles has seen a major change in charging regulations recently.

Nonetheless, Elon Musk The North American Charging Standard (NACS) connector was created by Tesla.

Tesla's Superchargers make up around 60% of all the fast chargers in the United States.

Here is a quick summary of those who have jumped on the NACS bandwagon and others who are still debating whether to:

1. Tesla: Tesla signalled its aim to make NACS the dominant standard on November 11, 2022, when it announced the opening of its proprietary charging standard and the NACS brand.

2.Aptera: In January 2023, Aptera Motors announced that its future solar electric vehicle would use the NACS connector, making it the first EV manufacturer to embrace Tesla's charging standard.

3. Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F): In May 2023, Ford, one of the biggest automakers in North America, made headlines by announcing its transition from the CCS1 to the NACS charging connector.

4.Rivian Automotive Holdings: Starting in 2025, Rivian will add a Tesla charging connector to its R1S, R1T, and forthcoming R2 platforms, as it stated in June 2023.