How much of an improvement is Tesla's new V3 Supercharger? That depends on some important details, which are revealed in these latest charts.
Author: George Bower
Tesla just announced a firmware update that will increase vehicle range yet again. Now, the usable energy of its Model 3 battery pack is becoming more clear.
Now that Volvo's Polestar 2 all-electric Tesla Model 3 competitor has been fully unveiled, we dive into details about its compelling battery pack design.
We take what we know about the Porsche Taycan and Audi e-tron to model the Taycan's specs as compared to the Tesla Model S P100D. Appears to be a beast!
A few reputable sources, plus our detailed model point to a substantial buffer in the Audi e-tron battery pack. Hmm ... what gives? Is this true, and if so, why?
How does the calculated usable energy density of the Tesla Model 3 2170 cells compare to the usable density in the Chevy Bolt and Model S P100D (18650s)?
As more information is gleaned about the Tesla Model 3 battery pack design and battery tech, we learn that Tesla is continually adapting its technology.
Tesla has developed unique ways in which to make its cars function better than the competition, all while saving time and money.
While Sandy Munro continues to rave about the Tesla Model 3, he's still honest to reveal issues. So, what's the story with the Model 3 body and what do we think?
As it turns out, our earlier speculation proves true. Some new information has been disclosed about the Rivian battery pack design and it's fascinating.
How do the battery and high voltage electronics cooling systems in the Chevrolet Bolt EV compare to that of Tesla's vehicles?
After learning more details about the high voltage components in the Chevrolet Bolt EV, we compare it to that of a Tesla Model 3.
Rivian hasn't divulged specific details about its battery pack, but we do know it will be highly efficient and packed with energy. How will it achieve this?
When it comes to the Tesla Semi and Tesla Pickup Truck, a larger format, low C rate battery cells would seem to make so much sense.
We take a detailed look at everything we know about the upcoming Tesla Pickup Truck and use it to model the vehicle's specs.
Since Tesla no longer shares much info about its battery packs, we've chosen to model this new pack and share it. You may be quite surprised, to say the least.
We dive deeper into the potential powertrain and profit analysis surrounding the all-new mid-range Tesla Model 3.
Our model gives an indication of how the Audi e-tron battery might handle temperature management compared to that of the Tesla Model 3.
What would we get if we mixed Tesla and GM EV battery tech? From a TMS perspective, this could yield a pretty sweet Super Pack!
While the old Model S had severe overheating issues on the track, the Model 3 LR RWD has none and the Model 3 Performance has even less overheating issues.
Perhaps GM already has a plan in place to improve the charging speed of the Bolt EV battery pack.
Interestingly, it turns out that the Tesla Model 3 Long Range comes with Model 3 Performance rear-motor horsepower and torque!
Our newest model explains how the Tesla Model 3 has much better battery cooling than its larger siblings. This is a huge plus for Track Mode.
We've shown that the Tesla Model 3 has the ability to Supercharge quickly already. Just wait until you see the impact of Gen 3 Superchargers.