Amid all the news that bidirectional charging is not possible via the in-built AC to DC rectifier circuit on the Tesla charging board, a lot of people have overlooked the fact that most existing V2G implementations are done DC to DC with an inverter installed outside of the vehicle (on the home). I know in theory, the Supercharging circuit uses transistors where the rectifier uses diodes, so it's possible that power could flow in both directions DC to DC. In fact, there have been posts on this forum saying that it has already been done with use of a CHAdeMO adaptor M3 and MY bidirectional Charging. by @Picasso Has anyone tried this and documented it with pictures or video? In theory, would it just be a case of installing a CHAdeMO DC bidirectional charger on your home like the Quasar and plugging a CHAdeMO adaptor into the car? Would you need to first spoof a Supercharging handshake to open the DC connection before attempting to draw power out? How does the car's software handle draws on the battery when it thinks it should be Supercharging?