If Tesla hasn’t already drawn our attention to sustainable energy, the innovative company is now driving its newly-launched Tesla Tiny House around Australia.
If Tesla hasn’t already drawn our attention to sustainable energy, the innovative company is now driving its newly-launched Tesla Tiny House, towed by a fully electric Tesla Model X, around Australia. Powered 100 percent by renewable energy, the tiny house features the company’s Powerwall, six panels of 2 kilowatt solar panels, and a configurator.
Hitting Melbourne’s Federation Square, Brisbane, Queensland, the Melbourne Home Show and Eco-Living Fair in Ranwick, New South Wales, the tour gives an opportunity for people to see and learn about Tesla’s energy products up close.
Capable of fully powering an entire house, providing backup power during electricity outage, and reducing energy bills, Tesla’s Powerwall system makes eco-living possible – and stylish.
While Tesla isn’t releasing any information on whether or not it will offer its tiny house for sale any time soon, the demo has already generated attention, and likely some new ideas about the possibilities of solar powered tiny houses – especially those that can be pulled by a Tesla electric vehicle.
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