CyberVault is compatible with the entire Tesla model lineup, with a maximum charging current of 32 A and a maximum power of 7 kW.
(Image from Tesla China website)
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) today officially launched the CyberVault in China -- a "new member" it teased last week -- as a home wall connector.
Tailored for the Chinese market, the CyberVault charger weighs 13 kilograms and is styled using the Cybertruck design language, Tesla writes on the description page of its China website.
The product allows for the integration of a protective outer case and charging device to meet consumer demand for safety, affordability, aesthetics and durability, according to Tesla.
Here is a video about the CyberVault shared by Tesla on Weibo.
The CyberVault is a charging device that works at 220 V and is compatible with the entire Tesla model line, with a maximum charging current of 32 A and a maximum power of 7 kW, according to the page.
The device includes a charging cable of 6 meters in length and supports plug-and-charge, timed charging and on-time departure functions.
It is worth noting that users can remove the charger body from the box and use it as a mobile charging connector after purchasing a dedicated 8A adapter, according to Tesla.
The CyberVault installation service package costs RMB 5,500 ($800) and includes the device as well as installation services.
The dedicated 8A adapter costs RMB 499 and provides about 1.8 kW of charging power when used with the CyberVault, according to Tesla's China website.
($1 = RMB 6.8861)
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