Electric Knife Sharpening is expected to be officially on in North America on July 10, a move that will be welcomed by electric car enthusiasts.
The electric knife sharpeners will be able to cut, scratch and peel electric components.
“The goal of this pilot program is to allow electric vehicle owners to purchase their own electric knives for home use,” Tesla Motors Inc. said in a statement.
“This pilot program will allow the owners to use their own knives to perform various tasks such as cutting, grinding, and removing electric components.”
The electric knife maker said that electric knives will be available to anyone with a $5,000 deposit and will be sold online.
Tesla said that customers will also be able check out a video of electric knife sharpeners being used on a model of the Model S sedan.
“Electric knife sharper blades are made with carbon steel and titanium, and are made from an all-metal alloy that is highly durable and corrosion resistant,” the company said.
“In addition to cutting, the blades can be used to peel, shred and pry, which are all very common tasks for electric vehicles.
These blades also have an exceptionally high degree of sharpness and durability, which allows them to cut through tough materials such as wood and metal, and provide a lot of utility for those who need to cut down a tree or cut a hole in a tree stump.”
The U.S. Department of Energy said that while electric knife blade cutting is not a new technology, electric knife-sharpening programs were limited because they typically required people to have a high school diploma or less and would not be used by consumers with less advanced education.The U