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After Ford & GM, Now Fisker to Add Tesla Connecter to its EVs’

Ford is going heavy on electric vehicles. Right now after Tesla Ford is the second most selling EV maker in the West. But when it comes to EV startups Fisker comes in the top contender along with Rivian, Lucid Motors, etc.

Fisker’s Charge Forward with Tesla:

In a game-changing agreement, Fisker has solidified a deal with Tesla that will transform the charging landscape for its customers. The partnership centers around the integration of Tesla’s North American Charging Standard, propelling Fisker into a new era of efficient and accessible charging options. By 2025, Fisker vehicle owners will gain access to Tesla’s renowned Supercharger network, a move that promises to revolutionize the EV driving experience.

Fisker ocean electric car charging

Tesla’s Supercharger Network:

Tesla’s Supercharger network stands as a crowning achievement in the realm of EV charging. Renowned for its speed and reliability, this network is poised to open its doors to Fisker customers, eliminating charging anxieties and paving the way for convenient, cross-brand charging. This transition is part of a larger shift in the industry, as key players like Ford and General Motors embrace Tesla’s charging design over the traditional Combined Charging System (CCS) connector.

Ladies putting Fisker Ocean on charging

A noteworthy aspect of this partnership lies in its inclusivity. Fisker acknowledges that not all of its vehicles will come equipped with NACS ports initially. However, this doesn’t hinder its commitment to customer satisfaction. Those without NACS-equipped vehicles can still tap into Tesla’s extensive public fast charger network in the U.S. and Canada through the use of an adapter. Moreover, Fisker will continue to cater to CCS charging technology users by offering an adapter, showcasing its dedication to a diverse and accessible charging ecosystem.

Tesla and Shifting Standards

Tesla’s recent ventures underscore its determination to reshape the EV charging landscape. In overtaking the CCS standard, which had garnered support from President Joe Biden’s administration, Tesla’s strategic deals signal a paradigm shift in the industry. With the U.S. government’s pledge of $7.5 billion to expedite EV charger deployment, Tesla’s influence is poised to amplify further.