The "Does It Bacon" test is a little thing that the Alex on Autos YouTube channel does occasionally. Basically, it's just a test to see whether a vehicle's auxiliary electrical outlet can power a small microwave and cook bacon. Why? Because bacon is delicious. Also, not all vehicle electrical inverters are equal. The one powering the single outlet in the RAV4 Prime is 1500 watts, which is pretty good. Check out how it does in this very short video. While kind of light-hearted, the video makes some good points about the ability to have auxiliary power in an electric vehicle. Probably the main one and most obvious one is: you don't need to run an engine to use it. This would make tailgating more enjoyable. It's also handy if, say, the power goes out in your house and you want to use the aux outlet to keep a refrigerator cold or something. With no engine, the vehicle can be left in the garage, since there's no fear of carbon monoxide poisoning. Maybe it's not the biggest EV advantage in the world, but it's nice to celebrate even the smaller blessings EVs can bring.