Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s electric fence will make its debut in the Tesla Model 3 and the Model X in late 2018, with a wire that will “easily and reliably provide power to any fence, ditch, or fence post.”
Tesla’s CEO confirmed the news in a Twitter post.
A wire that runs along a fence posts the power from the battery pack to the ground.
It will be able to work for years, Musk said.
Tesla said the wire would cost around $1,000 and would be available to Tesla owners for “a few months.”
Musk also announced a partnership with a company called Wieb, which will create the wire.
The wire is being developed by a team at WieB, which Musk has said is working with Tesla on a battery-powered fence wire.
Musk is expected to unveil the first prototype of the wire in the coming weeks, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Tesla is not alone in working on an electric fence, though.
New York City is also looking at electrifying its public fence posts.
The city plans to install electric fencing along a number of public paths.
Last year, the city installed about 30 miles of electric fencing around Central Park.
The project will cost about $400,000.
The New York Post reported last year that a $100 million project to electrify New York’s public fence will cost a bit more than $2 million.