Tesla is a brand that is making waves. Good or bad, there is always something to talk about. For example, rumors recently circulated that Tesla removed the patent for his NACS (North American Charging Standard) system. And with Electrify America’s adoption of NACS (via Tech Crunch), the rush to push compatible plugs into the future has begun. machine to install

Verge Motorcycles is also joining the onslaught of four-wheel brands. Known as the “Tesla of motorcycles,” Verge is also the first two-wheeler brand in the world to use his Tesla plugs in its electric motorcycles.

A view of Verge’s offerings – which will soon carry compatibility with Tesla’s NACS charger network. 

“We have been following with interest the discussion about the future of charging infrastructure and Tesla’s decision to open up the NACS charging standard,” said Marko Lehtimäki, chief technology officer at the Verge (Powersports Business via reports).

“Providing our customers with a comprehensive and simple fast charging system is critical to the growth of Verge. We are currently preparing to enter the US market, and as the Tesla of motorcycles, this decision seemed like a natural solution for us.”

“Total customer service is everything for the Verge.”

Why would Verge adopt NACS plugs?

Electrek reports that Tesla’s NACS network will include a staggering 17,000 stations. That’s a good number for the burgeoning electronics industry, and it’s hoped that the need for long waits for chargers will be alleviated in the near future.

Now all we have to do is wait and see who, among today’s popular zero-emission brand, will be next to use NACS connectors. 

What’s your bet? Currently, we have our sights set on: 

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Source: webbikeworld.com