Mercedes just made the announcement that it will join the list of automakers using Tesla's charging outlet and connector.

 The business announced that starting in 2025, its upcoming electric vehicles will use Tesla's North American Charging Standard (NACS) charging port.

The business will use Tesla's charging connector and, starting in 2019, will also have access to Tesla's Supercharger network.

Mercedes claims that with its own Mercedes me Charge service, users can already find over 90,000 charging stations.

Customers with vehicles equipped with CCS connectors can still use Tesla Superchargers by using an adapter.

That appears to be the plan for EV manufacturers as well as Tesla, which has included CCS adapters to its charging stations.

The most recent automaker to announce the deployment of NACS is Mercedes.

Along with Tesla, Rivian, GM, Polestar, and Volvo made agreements to use the NACS charging connector.