Owner used Cybertruck to work coffee machine after weather causes power outage

That's one way to warm up!
  • Freezing temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere are causing chaos
  • Turns out a power outage doesn’t have to be an issue if you have a Cybertruck, however
  • One Tesla owner was able to plug their coffee machine into their power bank

Published on Jan 16, 2024 at 9:33PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 18, 2024 at 8:47PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
Owner used Cybertruck to work coffee machine after weather causes power outage

With cold and icy weather blighting the Northern Hemisphere, power outages are becoming increasingly common.

Without backup power, you might try anything to get a warming, hot drink.

Enter the Tesla Cybertruck that you can see making a cup of Joe in the video below:

Despite snow being its biggest nemesis – this TikTok video by konecteaze.com shows how it can help in a pinch.

As temperatures plummeted in San Antonio, Texas, the owners of the car plugged their coffee machine into their power bank when the local power was down.

The Cybertruck has a massive battery in it, meaning you can use it to charge gadgets.

A Tesla Powerwall – essentially a large battery – can be used to charge your Cybertruck and power your home until the truck runs out of juice.

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