Electric Mopars to use new J3400 connector; charging network named

Stellantis was the final member of the former Big Three to announce its use of the SAE J3400 connector for high-speed charging. This connector essentially uses the physical form of Tesla’s design with the protocols of the Combined Charging System (CCS). Drivers will presumably be able to use Tesla chargers as well as those from other makers, including Ionna, the new charging network announced by six major global automakers. Ionna, whose name and chief executive were just released last week, plans to have 30,000 high-rate charging points in North America by 2030.

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SAE J3400 has not yet been finalized, but will be a standard across many automakers. Ionna will provide both CCS and J3400 connectors starting this year.

While the former Chrysler Corporation has not built an electric car for sale since the early 2000s, the former Peugeot and Fiat have been grabbing a hefty share of the European electric-car market. Electric cars are profitable, the company has said. Plans are to bring North America into the EV fold with the ProMaster, Ram 1500, Charger, Wagoneer S, and Recon all being made in 2024 or early 2025.

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