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News Jaguar in Partnership with Tesla, Will Adopt NACS

Jaguar in Partnership with Tesla, Will Adopt NACS

Jaguar collaborates with Tesla, granting its North American electric vehicle drivers access to over 12,000 Superchargers starting from 2025.


  • Jaguar forms agreement with Tesla to use the Supercharger network in the USA, Canada, and Mexico.

  • By 2025, new Jaguars will feature a North American Charging Standard (NACS) connector, eliminating the need for adapters.

  • The partnership aligns with Jaguar’s goal to transition into an all-electric luxury brand.


Jaguar has forged a strategic partnership with Tesla, focusing on the North American market. The collaboration enables Jaguar electric vehicle users to tap into Tesla’s robust Supercharger network, which boasts over 12,000 charging points across the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Jaguar Logo | Photo: Jaguar

One of the pivotal features of this alliance is the integration of the North American Charging Standard (NACS) connector in all new Jaguars sold in these regions from 2025 onwards. This design feature negates the need for an adapter, making the charging process seamless for Jaguar owners. Moreover, Jaguar plans to procure adapters from Tesla, ensuring that I-PACE drivers can also benefit from this integration once these adapters become available.

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This collaboration is a significant stride in Jaguar’s ‘Reimagine’ strategy. The carmaker is on a transformative journey, reshaping its identity as a contemporary all-electric luxury brand. By ensuring easy and efficient access to a reliable charging network, Jaguar aims to enhance the driving and ownership experience for its customers.

2021 Jaguar I-Pace | Photo: Jaguar

The Supercharger network’s reliability and user-friendliness, combined with Jaguar’s cutting-edge battery and power electronics technology, ensure optimized charging on both V3 and V4 Superchargers. This integration reassures Jaguar drivers of consistent, high-powered charging regardless of the Supercharger type. Furthermore, as Mark Camilleri, Director of Electrification Services, emphasized, while most EV charging occurs at home, drivers also desire quick and dependable charging solutions on the go.

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