How many batteries are there in a 2023 Tesla Roadster ?

With a range of more than 320 km on a single charge, the upcoming Tesla Roadster is the first Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) utilising Lithium-ion battery cells.

The Tesla Roadster is the first mass-produced, all-electric automobile to go more than 320 kilometers (200 miles) on

a single charge and the first road-legal, serial-production, all-electric vehicle to employ lithium-ion battery cells.

The 200 kWh battery pack of the prototype Tesla Roadster supported 350 kW DC charging

and provided 620 miles (997 km) of range at highway speeds, the longest range for a production EV.

Tesla claims that the Tesla Roadster features a 200 kWh battery

which is twice as large as the batteries in Tesla's current vehicles (in Teslas Model S or Model X Performance, or Long Range Plus).

According to Musk, Tesla Motors will start selling the new generation battery pack for the Roadster in July.

This battery pack has a roughly 400-mile range.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors, has now proposed that the electric-car maker in Silicon Valley offer a battery pack swap for

Tesla's first production model, the Roadster, which was produced from 2008 to 2012.