The next generation of electric vehicle technology is coming from a truck bed tent
The next wave of electric vehicles is coming out of a truck camp tent, and it’s not just for trucks anymore.
Electric vehicle maker Tesla said Wednesday that its trucks are already packed with lithium-ion batteries that can store energy for up to 12 hours, a key feature of the vehicles’ lithium-air batteries.
That means that trucks can now pack up to eight passengers and up to four trucks, and they’re even able to haul cargo of up to 400 pounds.
Tesla said that its first truck-sized lithium-powered truck is expected to be on the road in 2018, and Tesla said it is “in the process of designing a second-generation truck bed truck tent.”
Tesla also said that it has been developing a new lithium-manganese battery that can be used in the truck bed and in the interior of the truck.
Tesla said it’s working with trucking and shipping companies to create the lithium-lithium battery pack.
Tesla and other electric vehicle companies have been trying to develop electric truck batteries for several years, but Tesla’s first truck battery pack, called the Tesla Semi, failed in 2018 after a fire that burned through the battery.
Tesla has since launched a second truck battery with the semi-truck technology.
Tesla says it has an estimated 15,000 truck battery packs currently in production.
It’s not clear when Tesla will be able to sell truck batteries to trucking companies, but there’s no question that they’ll be a huge addition to the electric vehicle industry.
Tesla’s next-generation battery pack could provide a competitive advantage over traditional battery packs that rely on coal, natural gas, and nuclear power plants, according to Musk.
The truck bed has long been used by electric vehicle makers to pack electric powertrain components for cars, SUVs, and SUVs that are then towed along highways, Musk said during the event.
“Now it’s become more like a truck trailer.
The trucks are now the truck.”