Hyundai and Kia, the South Korean automobile manufacturers, have announced that starting late 2024 their electric vehicles (EV) in the United States of America will adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS). The new charging ports will also be installed in Genesis Motors, a luxury subsidiary of Hyundai. This upgrade to the brands EV’s charging port will grant them access to Tesla’s superchargers.
The report further mentions that in 2025, Hyundai will produce charging adapters for their older EV models, to allow the use of Tesla’s superchargers.
This new partnership with Tesla comes after a few other auto manufacturers announced the adoption of the new charging technology. These include Rivian, Mercedes, Honda, Jaquar, General Motors (GM) and Ford, as reported by Incognito Blog.