bwilson4web wrote: ↑Tue Sep 19, 2023 2:20 pm
A couple of months ago, I saw a frustrated Nissan driver who claimed they had an adapter.
I'm going to guess their frustration may have been related to the claim that they have an adapter that doesn't exist.
Most likely they have a Tesla/NACS to J1772 plug which would seem like it correctly plugs into both the car and the supercharger cable, but it won't work with superchargers so that would definitely be a frustrating charge attempt!
Ford, GM and everyone who's announced the switch to NACS has said the adapter to CCS will be available "in 2024", so we've got a ways to wait still.
And even then, as EvanstonI3 points out, the charger still has to be activated. It'll be interesting to see if a NACS to CCS adapter will work with the i3 at Superchargers or what kind of cars will/won't be allowed to charge at Superchargers once adapters are available.