Fisker Integrates Tesla Superchargers for 2025 Models

Fisker Inc., known for its commitment to producing sustainable and emotionally-driven electric vehicles, has solidified a partnership with Tesla. As per the agreement, Fisker vehicles will be granted access to Tesla’s extensive Supercharger network.

Why It Matters

With the integration of the Tesla Supercharger network, Fisker will be adopting the North American Charging Standard (NACS) for its 2025 vehicle range. This strategic move amplifies the charging options for Fisker owners, leveraging the expansive reach of Tesla’s 12,000 Supercharger stations spread across the US and Canada. The integration ensures that both existing and upcoming Fisker models benefit from the newly-formed alliance.

Key Points

  • Fisker has inked an agreement with Tesla to incorporate the NACS on its 2025 vehicle lineup.
  • Fisker drivers will have the convenience of connecting to Tesla Superchargers using a NACS adapter from Q1 2025.
  • A subsequent upgrade in Fisker vehicles will witness the inclusion of a built-in NACS inlet.
  • Alongside the NACS adapter, Fisker will also offer a CCS adapter, allowing customers the flexibility to charge their vehicles using the CCS standard.

Bottom Line

The collaboration marks a significant step in broadening electric vehicle charging infrastructures. By adopting the NACS and ensuring compatibility with Tesla Superchargers, Fisker is setting a precedent for creating a cohesive electric driving ecosystem for its customers.


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