Fisker Customers Will Gain Access to Tesla Superchargers as Company Adopts North American Charging Standard

  • Fisker has signed an agreement with Tesla to provide customers with access to the Tesla Supercharger network.
  • Fisker will adopt the North American Charging Standard (NACS) on its first vehicles in 2025.
  • Fisker customers will be able to utilize adapters to enable Supercharging beginning Q1 2025.
  • Fisker will later update vehicle engineering to include a NACS inlet.

 driven by a mission to create the world’s most emotional and sustainable electric vehicles, will provide customers with access to Tesla’s Supercharger network.

The company announces today that it has signed an agreement with Tesla to adopt the North American Charging Standard (NACS) on its first vehicles in 2025. The move will provide Fisker owners with additional charging options, taking advantage of Tesla’s 12,000 Supercharger stations in the United States and Canada. All current and future Fisker vehicles will be covered by the agreement.

Frisker customers will utilize a NACS adapter to plug in at Superchargers starting in Q1 2025. Frisker will later update vehicle engineering to include an NACS inlet. A CCS adapter will be provided so that customers can continue to charge using that standard.

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