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Tesla's Tiny House Tour Hits The Road In Australia

By Nicole Caldwell

The Tesla Tiny House is hitting the road in order to offer a public view of how anyone can create, store and use renewable energy at home. For the tour, which will wind through all of Australia’s major cities, Tesla put together a state-of-the-art, tiny home wrapped in locally sourced, sustainable timber and hooked to a 2,000-watt solar system and Tesla Powerwall. In addition to alternative energy offerings, the Tesla Tiny House also boasts a mobile design studio and configurator that allows people to calculate their own at-home energy needs and customize a system that works for them.   

Oh yeah—and the whole thing is being dragged around by a Tesla Model X, an electric vehicle made by Tesla (who else?) with falcon-wing doors that retails at $74,000. That, my friends, is what we call awesome.