Tesla Just made a Futuristic Tiny House

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Tesla is known for building next generation of vehicles, the productivity of infinitely scalable clean energy and storage products as well. Their sustainable energy ecosystem such as Powerwall, Powerpack, and Solar Roof enable many of us to manage renewable energy generation, storage, and consumption.

No doubt, the company continues making products accessible and affordable. Now, Tesla comes up with its ultra-modern innovation called ‘Tesla Tiny House‘.

According to reports, Tesla is working on this futuristic tiny house to feature its energy products, like solar panels and Powerwall. The main aim behind this is to educate the public on how to generate, store and use renewable energy for their home.

Tesla Just Made A Futuristic Tiny House
Image Credit: Tesla

The company says in its press release, “Tesla is hitting the road across Australia in a tiny house powered by 100% renewable energy. Pulled by a Model X, the house features a Tesla mobile design studio so visitors can check out and learn how to setup their own Tesla solar and energy storage system.”

This futuristic tiny house comprises of Tesla mobile design studio and configurator. It is powered by solar energy using a six-panel 2kW solar system along with a Powerwall battery. Means, energy can be stored throughout the day and night as well. The most fascinating that it is built from locally sourced timber that’s chemical free.

Tesla noted, “This energy cycle can be controlled and monitored through the Tesla mobile app.”

Specifications of Tesla’s futuristic tiny house:

  • Weight – 2 tonnes
  • Dimensions – 6m x 2.2m x 4m
  • Solar generation – 2kW PV system of 6 panels
  • Solar storage – 1 x Tesla Powerwall
  • Exterior – Clad in locally sourced, chemical-free, sustainable timber
Tesla Just Made A Futuristic Tiny House
Image Credit: Tesla

According to Tesla, Australia is a very important market for Tesla’s energy products. The nation has the world’s highest capital entrance of rooftop solar with 15% households utilizing sun based for a sum of 1.5 million families the nation over.

It believes that using solar as a standard could provide a sustainable source of clean energy.  Using this would greatly lessen dependence on coal-generated electricity.

Besides that, Tesla also working on large-scale energy projects in Australia.


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