Submitted by ryanlogtenberg on 14. November 2017
I don't know why Tesla hasn't done this yet. Other companies are doing it:
1. 110volt receptacle inside the car. The Bolinger EV truck has it. It makes perfect sense and is an awesome feature.
2. V2G integration. The new 2018 Nissan Leaf offers this feature. It's clearly a useful feature to get more use out of your car and also help stabilize an energy grid powered by renewables.
So both these features obviously can be done, are being done and are very useful for customers and society. Remember, we have a whole industry of fossil-fuel powered personal generators that can go the way of Kodak if all EVs offer these features. And that would be good for reducing our carbon emissions.