Posted by: Sethimus
Posted by: shoreboy
If the CyberTruck does in fact end up with ~800km range, there is no way you would be able to charge it (from empty to full) overnight on a normal home Level 2 charger. BC Hydro states Level 2 chargers run at 30km/hr. Perhaps someone with real world Level 2 chargers experience can chime in on this number? So if you were out in your CyberTruck driving around all day, picking up drywall and plywood, drag racing F-150 Lightning's, towing 14,000lb trailers and you came home close to empty, you wouldn't even get back to half full with an overnight charge. Again, very few if any people would run into a situation like this, but it is something to consider.
you can have up to 22kw home charger in europe. that would be more than sufficient. they cost around 1200eur, in germany you can get up to 900eur for one from the government.
edit, there are even cheaper ones, this one would nearly free of cost:
Im not sure if we can have 3-Phase charging in North America for residential use? You can only run a 22kw charger on 3-Phase power.