A semi-trailer carrying Tesla’s commercial energy storage battery and multiple fast-filling piles has been unveiled overseas. Judging by the exposure, the car or the officially-run mobile charging station for Tesla may have the ability to provide fast charging for eight Tesla models at the same time.
It is understood that the semi-trailer is equipped with the energy storage device is Tesla’s commercial energy storage battery Megapack, which was launched in July this year. Officials say its single storage capacity can reach 3MWh, so theoretically it could go from fully charged to full capacity for 30 Model S/Xs with 100kWh batteries.
The picture shows the Ula mobile charging car charging the ES8
The mobile charging car concept is not Tesla’s first, before the domestic electric car company Weilai also launched a “one-click power-up” service, the service by a mobile charging car for other electric vehicles to pay for charging, but a single car can serve the number of customers at the same time is very limited. The launch of Tesla’s mobile charging station will provide Tesla owners with more flexible power replenishment options to cope with the large number of Tesla models needing to be recharged in scenarios such as mass rallies and peak travel.