Honda and Acura are partnering with EVgo and Electrify America for charging infrastructure

Honda and Acura are partnering with EVgo and Electrify America for charging infrastructure

Acura and Honda announced an agreement with Electrify America, EVgo, and other roaming network partners. As a result, Honda and Acura EV owners now have access to more North American charging networks.

In addition to the recent announcement that Honda will adopt the NACS charging standard, this agreement provides access to Tesla’s Supercharger networks.

American Honda and Acura EV customers will be able to tap into the vast majority of the American public DC fast chargers from 2024 and can expect to have 100,000 DC charging stations by 2030 with the recent joint ventures that Honda formed with six other major automakers to create a leading high-energy charging network.

According to Jay Joseph, vice president of sustainability and business development at Honda of America, “Honda aims to provide our customers with easy access to the fastest charging options of any automaker. Access to a variety of fast charging networks, including and Tesla’s network of Superchargers, EVgo, Electrify America, and surrounding partner networks, will make charging Honda and Acura EVs from home easy and convenient.

With the help of the new agreement, Honda and Acura EV drivers will have access to one program for thousands of fast charges nationwide. Honda and Acura EV owners can find charging stations, make payments, redeem credits, sign up for subscription plans, and access other features at EVgo, Electrify America, and roaming partner stations without even leaving the HondaLink and Acura EV smart apps.

Customers can choose one of three charging options at MSRP when purchasing or leasing a new Honda or Acura EV. Whether the buyer is a homeowner or renter, a new EV driver, or trading in the latest model, Honda and Acura offer a combination of public charging credits, charging equipment and installation credits to fit every lifestyle. the buyer.

Honda has joined automakers such as BMW, GM, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, and Stellantis in developing a high-capacity public charging network across North America with its agreements with Tesla, EVgo, and Electrify America.