Honda Is Also Adopting Tesla's Charging Connector

Honda plans to release standardized cars by 2025.

Honda Is Also Adopting Tesla's Charging Connector

If we think about how we all use different chargers for our various gadgets, it can get even more confusing when it comes to electric cars. Sometimes, it can be really hard to find a charging spot for your electric car when you're out and about. Imagine if your car is almost out of battery, and you can't find a charging station – that could be a big problem. But here's some good news: Honda is going to use the same charging port as Tesla, which is a popular electric car brand, starting in 2025. This means they'll use the same plug to charge the car.

This is a bit like when everyone agreed to use the same type of plug for our smartphones. It makes electric cars more appealing because you won't have to worry about finding a specific charging station for your car. Plus, it's cool because Honda cars that use this plug will be able to charge at Tesla charging stations, which are found in lots of places. So, it's a win-win for electric car owners!

Ford, Volvo, Rivian, GM, and Mercedes-Benz have also said they will use NACS in their electric cars. So, Honda is just one of many companies doing this. Some big companies like Volkswagen and Toyota haven't joined in yet, but if things continue the way they are, cars without NACS will become less common.

Even the companies that said they will use NACS are not doing it right away. Most of them plan to start using it in all their cars by 2025. Some, like Ford and GM, will also make adapters to help with the change.

Starting in 2025, Honda will use a new charging port design for its cars in North America. We knew they were planning to do this, but now we know for sure when it will happen. The first Honda car with this new charging port is expected to come out in 2025. After that, all the electric cars they release will have this new port.

It will take some time before these cars are available, but it's good to see that many car companies are working together to use the same standard.

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