Jaguar Joins Tesla’s NACS Charging Network

Jag’s Electric Vehicles: A Vital Update

Jaguar recently revealed that they are the newest auto manufacturer to change their charging plugs up to the North American Charging Standard, or NACS, which is of course what Tesla has employed.

The initiation by Ford has initiated a massive, rapid shift away from the CCS standard that was already in place. Despite the fact that there still remain an insignificant few car manufacturers loyal to the CCS norm, we are of the opinion that it is only a matter of time before they too abandon it.

This news comes at an odd time for the British brand. The company’s only EV, the Jaguar I-Pace, is living on borrowed time and will likely be killed off. Jaguar has declared that its agreement with Tesla will start in 2025, meaning all new vehicles sold in the United States, Canada, and Mexico will have access to the Supercharger network without needing an adapter. In the meantime, Jaguar will “source adapters from Tesla” once they become available and provide them to I-Pace owners.

“At JLR, we are committed to aiding our customers in transitioning to electric vehicles and achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2039. This announcement is a major milestone in providing our Jaguar clients with an outstanding charging experience,” remarked Mark Camilleri, Director of Electrification Services for JLR. “When our customers are away from home, they need access to reliable, fast, and convenient chargers. We are delighted to be working with Tesla, who have built a comprehensive charging network around the world, to ensure that our Jaguar customers can benefit from this.”

Once the NACS charge port is incorporated in upcoming Jaguar models, it can accommodate both V3 and V4 Supercharging, thereby allowing for a maximum of 350kW charging rate.

Without doubt, we still lack clarity on which Jaguar motor will be the initial recipient of the NACS port. By 2025, Jaguar hopes to divert completely to electric operation, propelling fresh variations with superior technology. Although Jaguar turned out to be one of the primary high-end automakers to present an EV, the I-Pace has been left in its dust due to the fact that it has not included any considerable renovations since its debut.

Jaguar has announced that it will be introducing a “curated range of electric hybrid and full electric models” that are “a copy of nothing.” Speculation has been rife that this selection of vehicles may include a successor to the XJ, which was previously thought to have been shelved, but this is yet to be confirmed.

The press release neglects to explicitly articulate it; however, for all intents and purposes, one can conclude that when forthcoming Land Rover electric vehicles eventually hit the market, they will presumably come with NACS pre-installed.

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