One of Toyota’s first vehicles to include a NACS connector is a future three-row SUV it is planning for 2025, which will be assembled at the automaker’s plant in Kentucky. Toyota is currently light on EV options compared to most other automakers and has only released the mediocre bZ4X and the Lexus RZ 450e.
Toyota’s a bit late to the party, but its announcement is following the likes of Ford, GM, Rivian, Volvo, Polestar, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover, Fisker, Hyundai, and, most recently, BMW in accepting NACS. Now, the only big holdouts that remain are Stellantis, which owns the Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge brands, and Volkswagen Group. Considering Toyota is largely the most conservative in making business decisions, it’s very likely the rest will follow soon.
Toyota has announced plans to include a NACS connector in one of its future three-row SUVs, which is expected to be released in 2025. This SUV will be assembled at Toyota’s plant in Kentucky. Currently, Toyota has limited options for electric vehicles (EVs) compared to other automakers, with only the bZ4X and the Lexus RZ 450e in its lineup. However, Toyota’s decision to adopt the NACS connector follows other major automakers like Ford, GM, Rivian, Volvo, Polestar, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover, Fisker, Hyundai, and BMW. Stellantis and Volkswagen Group are among the few remaining holdouts. Considering Toyota’s conservative approach to business decisions, it is likely that other automakers will also adopt the NACS connector soon.