How Long Will a Tesla Electric Vehicle Battery Last Before Need to Replace?

Between an electric vehicle and a conventional gas-powered vehicle, there are several differences.

Take the battery, for instance. How long does the battery in a Tesla electric car last before needing to be replaced?

Even if Tesla has been producing electric vehicles with success for years,

there are still a lot of questions regarding the old EV batteries.

The Model S Plaid is outstanding and quick enough to handle a few battery issues in any case.

Recent research on Tesla electric vehicle batteries was conducted by iSeeCars.

No of the type, every battery for electric vehicles in the US has the same warranty.

Every vehicle sold by the federal government comes with a same eight-year,

100,000-mile warranty, from the $27,800 Nissan Leaf to the $169,000 Lucid Air Dream Edition.

The warranty is increased in California to 10 years and 150,000 miles.

Given the massive number of EVs in the state, that makes sense.

Tesla battery life, according to Elon Musk, should be between 300,000 and 500,000 kilometers.

A Tesla's battery life expectancy would be between 20 and 33 years if

15,000 miles per year were used as the U.S. Department of Energy's standard average.