How Much Does a Tesla Cybertruck Cost while Charging at Home?
Obviously, charging costs for all of Teslas models Model 3, Model S, Model Y, Model X, Cybertruck are mostly
dependent on electricity prices per kWh (home charging is the least expensive, and Superchargers
are the most expensive).
Using this same
information on average per-kWh charges
for home usage, we can work out what
the charging costs will be to recharge a Model S battery between 0% and 100%.
If you own the Long Range model, which has a 412-mile range
then it costs $15.29 for a full charge, based on $0.13 per kWh in energy prices and an 85% charging efficiency.
Using either Level 1 or Level 2 chargers to recharge the Tesla at home will cost around $15-18, based on a $0.14-per-kWh average.
Moving to Teslas less-expensive range, a 50-kWh battery in a Model 3 with Standard Range Plus will cost around $11.47 to charge completely
and an 82-kWh battery in another trim will run you around $18.82, respectively.
Charging a long-range Model 3 using the home installation can cost about $11 as well, which
works out at roughly $0.035 a mile.
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