Every significant automaker is on the same page with regards to switching to Tesla's NACS charging port in 2025.

There will be an EV revolution. Whether you like it or not, every major carmaker has ambitious plans to electrify at least half of their product lines by 2030.

By 2035, the sale of new ICE vehicles will be outlawed in California and New York, where legislation has already been put in place.

TThe United States' EV charging infrastructure is definitely not prepared to accommodate widespread EV adoption.

There just aren't enough chargers, and many of the ones that are already in use have reliability and usability problems.

Tesla's Supercharger network is the lone standout.

However, the North American Charging Standard, or "NACS" ports, that Tesla utilises for its Supercharger network.

 Because they employ CCS connectors, non-Tesla electric vehicles are incompatible with Tesla's Superchargers.