Tesla recently punished an electric car owner for trying to recharge his home appliances. Against this background, Elon Musk’s statement about the appearance of the reverse charging function in the upcoming Cybertruck electric pickup truck sounds unexpectedly.
One Twitter user asked the head of Tesla if he could connect his tiny mobile home to an electric truck to provide it with power. In response, the billionaire wrote an affirmative and short yes.
It is completely unclear why Tesla plans to implement reverse charging in its Cybertruck, which allows sharing electricity with external installations, but at the same time strictly prohibits doing the same in its other electric cars.
Recall, it is expected that a pickup with an autonomy of up to 800 km will be able to tow a load weighing 6350 kg. The first deliveries are expected in 2021, and the mass release is scheduled for 2022.