Breakdown of the number of batteries in each Tesla model:

Each Tesla model uses different battery capacities, battery pack configurations, and battery cell types, which contribute to the variation in their driving ranges. The advancements in battery technology and design have allowed Tesla to continually improve the range and performance of their electric vehicles.

 

Tesla Model S:

Battery Capacity: 85kWh

Battery Pack: 16 modules

Number of Batteries: Approximately 7,104 batteries

Battery Type: 18650 lithium-ion cells

Driving Range: Up to 405 miles

 

Tesla Model S Plaid:

Battery Capacity: 100kWh

Battery Pack: 5 modules

Number of Batteries: Approximately 7,920 batteries

Battery Type: 18650 lithium-ion cells

Driving Range: Up to 396 miles

 

 

 

 

Tesla Model 3:

Battery Capacity: 75kWh (standard version); 82kWh (long-range version)

Battery Pack: 4 modules

Number of Batteries: Approximately 2,170 batteries (standard version); varies for the long-range version

Battery Type: 2170 lithium-ion cells

Driving Range: Up to 358 miles

 

 

Tesla Model X:

Battery Capacity: 100kWh

Battery Pack: 5 modules

Number of Batteries: Approximately 8,256 batteries

Battery Type: 18650 lithium-ion cells

Driving Range: Up to 348 miles

 

 

Tesla Model Y:

Battery Capacity: 75kWh

Battery Pack: 4 modules

Number of Batteries: Approximately 4,680 batteries

Battery Type: 2170 lithium-ion cells

Driving Range: Up to 330 miles

 

 

Tesla Roadster (second generation):

Battery Capacity: 200kWh

Battery Pack: 11 modules

Number of Batteries: At least 6,800 batteries

Battery Type: 18650 lithium-ion cells

Driving Range: Up to 620 miles

 

 

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