If I fully charge my Tesla Model S, how far will I get?
The article delves into the charging times and range of a Tesla Model S.
- When it comes to electric vehicles currently on the market, the Tesla Model S has the most range.
Its 100 kWhr battery and two motor setup mean it can travel up to 335 miles on a single charge.
Some reports say the Tesla Model S can travel up to 500,000 miles, while others say it couldn't go much farther than 100,000.
The maximum range per charge is typically quoted as up to 405 miles, though this number may shift depending on factors such as vehicle setup and driving style.
When equipped with efficient motors and a charger, the Tesla Model S, a standard offering from Tesla Motors, can go roughly 3 miles per hour.
With the basic 80kW battery, drivers can get about 500–550 miles, and with the 100kWh battery, they can reach up to 830 miles on a single charge.
A variety of other variables, including climate, daily routine, and work schedule, can impact the range per hour.
The NEMA 14-50 connector standard on the Tesla Model S enables for rapid charging at speeds of up to 40 mph, as specified by the motor and CTO of Tesla Motors Inc.