What Is The Lifespan Of A Tesla Electric Motor In Miles?

According to SolarReviews, Teslas current car batteries are designed to last between 300,000 and 500,000 miles.

The numbers differ depending on car model, but most Tesla batteries are designed for an average lifespan of

eight years, assuming a 100,000-to-150,000-mile driving range. For instance, Teslas motors have an expected lifespan of

one million miles, while its batteries may go for as long as 500,000 miles before needing to be replaced.

While 300 is the expected life of a battery, Elon Musk believes that the vehicles other components,

such as motor, chassis, and drivetrain, could all reach up to 1,000,000 miles. With Model 3s long range going up to

350 miles per charge, one could reasonably expect Model 3s battery to last for 500k miles.

Taking the charging cycles and EPA miles of the vehicle into consideration, we are guessing that

Model 3s battery in Low range would be good for around 400,000 miles.

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