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Author Topic: Tesla Model 3's battery capacity sleuthed  (Read 243 times)
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« on: August 11, 2017, 05:07:19 PM »

So Tesla hasn't publicly announced the battery capacities of the two versions of the Model 3 (standard range and long range) as it seems to want to move away from how it did the nomenclature for the S/X, e.g. 60, 75, 90 and 100kWh battery packs.

However, someone has checked the EPA regulatory filing paperwork and determined the actual capacities by the back door!

Seems the Long Range edition has an 80.5kWh battery pack, using those new 2170 cells, to give an official range of 310miles (mind you, worth noting some crazy Italians manged to hypermile a Model S to 600 miles on one charge a few weeks back, and that had a 300mile ish official range on the 100kWh battery model).

Doesn't mention the battery capacity of the standard range version (220miles of range).


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