An engineer, taking part in tearing down the Tesla Model 3 for a competitor, has discovered that the Tesla Model 3 has all the hardware in place for Vehicle to Grid (V2G) charging (pioneered by Nissan), which would allow a Tesla Model 3 to power a house in an outage for example, or even better, store energy and sell it back to utilities at a higher price.
Marco Gaxiola, an electrical engineer told Electrek:
What I learned on reverse engineering the Model 3 charger, was that the design is full…


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