There continues to be many questions surrounding Tesla’s upcoming Cybertruck. There’s still a lack of information from Tesla about the vehicle’s specifications, pricing, and features.
Nevertheless, a recent YouTube video claims to have obtained insider details regarding the truck. Most notably, the video showcases unique power outlets near the tailgate. The video was posted on Wednesday to the YouTube channel TFLEV.
In the video, the hosts showcase a 220-volt outlet and two 110-volt outlets situated near the vehicle’s tailgate. The addition of these power outlets suggests that Cybertruck owners may have the capability to power other devices, vehicles, or even their homes.
Jeremy Johnson at Torque News notes that the Cybertruck could become a mobile version of the Tesla Powerwall. The Tesla Powerwall is an energy storage device that provides backup power during outages.
The Cybertruck will likely have a battery capacity between 120 and 150 kWh. This is enough energy to power a house for 4–5 days. The Cybertruck’s battery capacity makes it about 10 times more powerful than a Powerwall.
According to the video, the Cybertruck features an anchor point underneath the outlets.
Additionally, the video features a comparison of the Cybertruck’s rumored measurements with other electric pickups on the market, such as the Rivian R1T, Ford F-150 Lightning, and Hummer EV. The hosts note that the Cybertruck’s weight is significantly lighter than some alternatives currently available.
These rumored specifications have emerged after several Cybertruck sightings, leaving many to wonder when Tesla will release official details about this highly anticipated truck. It’s expected that we will finally learn the official specifications in the coming weeks.
The Cybertruck delivery event will take place on November 30th.
EV news website Teslarati has been unable to confirm the authenticity of the leaked Cybertruck video. Nevertheless, the weight mentioned in the shared specifications aligns roughly with what CEO Elon Musk previously disclosed.
The inclusion of electrical outlets in the Cybertruck is also consistent with Musk’s past statements. In March, Musk promised that all Tesla vehicles would support vehicle-to-grid charging by 2025.