This is an unusual collaborative effort between Ford Motor and Tesla on charging
infrastructure for Ford's current and future electric vehicles. Starting early next year, Ford owners will be able
To Use More Than 12,000 Tesla Superchargers Throughout The U.S. And Canada By Using An Adapter.
CEOs Jim Farley of Ford and Elon Musk of Tesla announced the initiatives during a live, audio
Discussion On Twitter Spaces. The Announcements Are Being Made At A Time When Ford Is
Preparing To Ramp Up Production Of Its Fully Electric Vehicles In An Effort To Catch Up To Or Eventually Surpass
Tesla's Sales In This Market Segment. Although Tesla continues to lead the EV sector by far, Ford ranked second
In U.S. Fully Electric Vehicle Sales, Selling 61,575 Electric Vehicles Last Year. During Tesla's first-quarter
Shareholder Meeting, The Company Announced That It Has Approximately 45,000 Supercharger
Connectors At 4,947 Supercharger Stations Worldwide. Ford will begin production of its electric version of
Its Consistently Popular F-150 Truck, The Lightning, In April 2022, Beating Tesla To The Pickup Segment.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover was also heavily benchmarked against the Tesla
Model Y, And Ford Followed Tesla's Lead In Reducing The Price Of Its Electric Crossover Models.