Tesla’s documentation for customers details home charging solutions. Customers first purchase a Wall Connector for 7,200 RMB or the ‘Cybercharger’ Home Charging Service Package for 5,500 RMB ($798 USD), which looks to store your Mobile Connector neatly inside a Cybertruck-themed box. For now, the link to this Cybercharger box is not live yet.
The documentation includes a chart comparing the Wall Connector specs and charting rates versus the slower Mobile Connector for the Model S/X and Model 3/Y. It doesn’t go into specs of the cabinet but details installation requirements and such.
Tesla China’s Weibo account had been hyping up this ‘Cybervault’ product and now we know it’s a cool-looking aesthetic Cybertruck-themed cabinet–for your Mobile Charger–that will cost about $800 USD. Just shut up and take my money, Tesla (am I right?!).
Tesla is ramping up plans for its much-anticipated Cybertruck, aiming to manufacture 375,000 units annually, with release candidates expected by late August, according to supposed internal communications sent to suppliers, reports Electrek. The futuristic-looking electric pickup truck, dubbed one of the most eagerly awaited electric vehicle programs slated for launch this year, has attracted around […]
Just a few years ago, analysts, forecasting agencies, and auto manufacturers could hardly envision a scenario where electric vehicles (EVs) moved beyond being a niche product. Last week, ARK Investment Management challenges these assumptions, particularly in regards to Tesla’s Cybertruck. ARK Investment Management’s analysis suggests that the skepticism surrounding the Cybertruck represents a significant blind […]
At Tesla’s recent annual shareholder meeting at Giga Texas, the company had all of their vehicles on display, alongside the upcoming Cybertruck front and centre. We now have some of the best interior Cybertruck photos seen to date, showcasing what it will look like when seated inside the electric pick up. A couple of images […]