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Honda is the latest automaker to adopt Tesla’s charging port for its future electric vehicles


Honda plans to implement Tesla’s plug, now known as the North American Charging Standard (or NACS), in a new electric vehicle due in 2025. The automaker, like all other manufacturers joining NACS, promises the availability of a CCS Combo for NACS Adapter before 2025 so that existing models (and those soon to be released like the Prologue) have access to Tesla’s extensive and reliable Supercharger network.

Prior to its plan to adopt NACS, Honda entered into a joint venture with BMW, GM, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz and Stellantis to build a national electric vehicle charging network. DC fast-charging networks that aren’t built by Tesla are proving largely unreliable, so with access to Tesla’s Supercharger and the building of a new network, prospective Honda EV owners could spend a best time, whenever the automaker decides to release them.