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After Mercedes and Polestar, Now Jaguar Enrols to Make Use of Tesla’s Chargers as Well

Rahul Bhagat
Rahul Bhagat
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For the vehicles to be sold in the North American region by the year 2025, Jaguar, a British multinational car manufacturer, has announced the use of Tesla’s NAC chargers. Jaguar is clearly not the pioneer company to make this deal with Tesla as Mercedes and Polestar, with several others, are already in a contract, and now Jaguar follows the path.

The British company, in an agreement signed with Tesla, was made eligible to have official access to Tesla’s 12,000+ superchargers for their contemporary and expected customers.

As per what’s told by the Jaguar in a press release, the next generation luxury electric Jaguars, launching in 2025, “will incorporate the NACS connector without the need for an adapter in the USA, Canada, and Mexico,” furthermore, it was also added by the company that their coming automobile model for 2025 would also espouse merit for “vehicles and home chargers + source and supply adapters from Tesla for I-PACE drivers once available.”

Several automobile manufacturers, including Fisker, Ford, GM, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Polestar, Rivian, and Volvo, have been into a contract with Tesla that made them accessible to Tesla’s superchargers, whilst numerous remained in the news. Jaguar, though, stepped a little behindhand on the wider front with their electric vehicles when compared to the other automobile companies; it was announced back in 2021 by the company that it would become an all-electric marque label by the commencement of the year 2025.

Moreover, the idea of embracing NACs is getting popular each day amongst other web strings, too, like ChargePoint and Electrify America. Also, Tesla was debited with a funding amount as big as $160 million to diversify their manufacturing and selling network of superchargers.

In conclusion, Jaguar has undoubtedly knocked on the door a little later than expected with their electric vehicles. But do you think it would impact their sales? Let us know your views on this and share your feedback for the same.


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