How Much Does It Cost To Fully Charge A Tesla At A Supercharger?

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).

Based on national average electricity costs of 15.42c/kWh, and adding 15% to account for the home charging inefficiency,

Teslas charge between 0% and 100% would range between $8.82 to $17.65.

Using the same information on the national average cents per kWh for home usage,

we can work out what the cost will be to charge the Model S battery from 0% to 100%.

Moving onto Teslas less-expensive range, a 50-kWh battery in a Model 3 with the standard range plus would

cost around $11.47 to charge completely, and an 82-kWh battery in another trim will set you back around $18.82 per unit.

The Tesla Model Xs 100-kWh battery costs approximately $15.29 ($0.053/mile) to fully charge, with a driving range of 348 miles.

Depending on the Teslas range, you can still pay less per mile with the larger battery, and you also have to recharge the Tesla less often.

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