"We already have detailed contacts in Chengdu in China and… in central California," he said. Segard added that a pilot programme was being planned in the town of Hickman, California.
Europe was also being targeted as an ideal market for the trailer. "We will probably go for Germany as one of the first countries and Holland and Belgium, for example."
The Netherlands is currently leading the way when it comes to electric car uptake.
The city of Amsterdam, for example, has more than 1,000 charging stations, with Amsterdam City Council targeting 4,000 by 2018. What's more, all taxi journeys from the city's main airport, Schipol, are made in Tesla Model S electric vehicles.
"Now we have… almost 10,000 unique users in Amsterdam making use of the charging infrastructure," Bart Vertelman, Project Manager for Electric Mobility in Amsterdam, told Sustainable Energy earlier this year.
"But it's still the beginning of the… transition to cleaner and smarter mobility in the city," he added.