Last week, Tesla announced a brand new version of its Roadster sports car, which is capable of reaching 60mph, from a standing start, in just 1.9-seconds.
However, if you’ve got that need to reach a 250mph top speed then you’ll need to fork over at least $200,000 (around £150k).
Thankfully, if you’re unable or unwilling to spend the cost of a house on a vehicle, there’s now a Tesla product we can all obtain without breaking the bank.
The company has announced the $45 Powerbank, a mobile battery pack for your smartphone.
The PowerBank has integrated USB, micro USB and Lightning cables, meaning you won’t need an additional cable to charge your device.
Unfortunately, there’s no USB-C support which already dates the product somewhat.
The 18,650 lithium-ion cell is the same type you’d find inside the Model S and Model X cars, something that’s sure to tickle the fancy of most Tesla geeks.
However, it only has a 3350mAh capacity, meaning you’ll probably only get a single charge out of the Powerbank.
Superfans will also note the design is based upon the Tesla supercharger monument that sits at the firm’s Tesla Design Studio in California.
If you’re not looking for mobile power, there’s also a desktop version that’s available for the same price.
It’s designed to actually look like a car charging station. Tesla says it used the CAD designs to ensure its a scale replica.
Naturally, both products are overpriced compared to other battery packs on the market, but it might make a great stocking filler for the Tesla addict in your family.
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