The Cybertruck is one of Tesla’s most highly anticipated electric vehicles, set to release soon. The Cybertruck boasts 500 miles of range and has a 14,000 pounds towing capacity. With no paint job, the truck is expected to arrive at an affordable price.
Recently, Musk posed questions to his fans and followers on Twitter about what they would like to see in the final Cybertruck release. One of the responses he received included a 240v outlet that could be used to charge either another electric vehicle, other heavy-duty power tools or in this case, a small-sized home. This led to questions about whether or not the futuristic truck could potentially power a house. CEO Elon Musk responded with a single-word confirmation to the Tweet that showcased a rendered image of the Cybertruck pulling what appears to be a full camper style home, affirming the Cybertruck’s abilities.
The Tesla Cybertruck was initially expected to deliver on the market by the end of 2021, and a larger rollout by 2022.
Check out the Twitter exchange below.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 11, 2021
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