Stellantis announced on Monday that it has decided to adopt Tesla's charging standard for its electric vehicles marketed in North America from next year.

In a press release, the automotive group explains that the SAE J3400 (NACS) charger connector will be offered on some of its models from 2025.

In the meantime, the automaker plans to offer users an adapter to enable them to charge their electric vehicles equipped with a so-called 'CSS' (combined charging system) socket.

For the record, Stellantis and six other automakers plan to deploy a network of at least 30,000 fast-charging stations in North America by 2030, where cars will be able to benefit from both connectors and J3400.

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