One piece of the Tesla Cybertruck launch we didn’t see coming (nor did Tesla event planners or CEO, apparently) was the Range Extender, which we are still learning more about now. But we already know answers to some questions, like how Cybertruck owners expect to tow or travel long distances, especially in the cold, without charging as often.
But the 130-mile add-on battery also presents some opportunities that hearken back to when Tesla demonstrated battery swap stations. And its interface to the Cybertruck even presents opportunities for other energy sources, from solar to hydrogen to even petroleum generators.
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