Tesla launched its newest product and no, it’s not a automotive. It’s not a flamethrower both – it’s a wall charger stashed in a wall field impressed by the Cybertruck design. The entire contraption weighs 13kg and might cost up any Tesla car.
The charger itself runs on 220V and helps as much as 32A of charging present. That interprets to a most of 7kW charging energy. The charger comes with a 6-meter cable, which needs to be ample for just about any situation.
The charger itself is cellular, it may be disconnected from the field and used anyplace there’s a wall socket. It’ll want an extra adaptor although, and its present can be restricted to 8A. The adaptor is offered individually for RMB 499 or $73.
The CyberVault is priced at RMB 5,500 ($800) and that features free set up and connection so long as the gap between the home and the availability level is not more than 30 meters. Each the CyberVault and the set up itself include a 12-month guarantee.
Taking the Cybertruck-inspired field away, the machine is considerably uninspiring. The usual Tesla wall connector, which retails for $425, maxes out at 48A and 11.5kW when utilizing a 240V provide. On prime of that, it comes with 4-year guarantee.
The $230 Tesla Cell Connector, alternatively, helps a most 32A present at 240V. At most, it might present as much as 7.6kW charging energy. Does it sound acquainted? It ought to, it not solely has the identical specification, nevertheless it seems similar to the $800 charger offered by Tesla to its Chinese language clients.
In essence, then, the CyberVault is a $570 glorified wall field made within the form of Cybertruck. To have full performance, you’d nonetheless should pony up an extra $73 for a wall connector to make use of the charger away from residence. Nonetheless, there may be completely little doubt that these will fly off the cabinets and really doubtless, by the point you end studying this text, can be already out of inventory.