How Many Powerful Batteries Does New 2023 Tesla Roadster Have?
The forthcoming Tesla Roadster is the first Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) using Lithium-ion battery cells, with range of over 320 km per charge.
The Tesla Roadster is the first road-legal, serial-production
all-electric vehicle to use lithium-ion battery cells, and the first mass-produced
all-electric car to reach more than 320 kilometers (200 miles) per charge.
The prototype Tesla Roadster featured a 200-kWh battery pack supporting charging at 350 kW DC
and offered 620 miles (997 km) range at highway speeds, the longest range for a production EV.
Tesla says that Tesla Roadster has a 200 kWh battery, double the battery capacity in
Teslas existing cars (in Teslas Model S or Model X Performance, or Long Range Plus).
In July, Musk said in a British auto journal, Auto Express, Tesla Motors will be offering the new-generation battery pack, which has about a 400-mile range, for the Roadster.
Now, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has suggested that Silicon Valleys electric-car manufacturer would offer
a battery pack swap for Teslas 2008-2012 Roadster, which was its first production vehicle.