Rivian has announced plans to make their electric vehicles compatible with Tesla’s Supercharger network.

Starting in 2024, Rivian customers will have access to more than 12,000 Tesla Superchargers across North America, thanks to the brand’s adoption of the North American Charging Standard (NACS). This decision follows in the wake of Ford and GM’s recent announcements to also take advantage of Tesla’s expansive network.

And in a similar vein, Rivian intends on configuring future vehicles with NACS ports starting in 2025. Starting as early as spring 2024, current customers of the automaker’s R1T pickup and R1S utility will be able to hook up with an available adapter. Rivian also intends on continuing expansion of their own “Adventure Network” of chargers.

One of Tesla’s biggest selling points over the years was the brand’s Supercharger network. With NACS usage being opened to other brands, it only makes sense that manufacturers would chose to capitalize on it, giving prospective EV buyers something else to consider.