Electric car maker Tesla recently increased its range to 390 miles (628 kilometers) for the long-range Model S and Model X, and changed its name to the extended range. But Tesla, which is working to develop electric cars to meet consumer demand, is continuing to increase its range, according to a new report bymedia.
The news that Tesla is developing a battery with a range of more than 400 miles was reported, citing sources familiar with the company’s battery management system, which said the updated Tesla battery management system showed that they set an available energy value of 109kWh for the newly developed batteries.
The battery is available at 109 kWh, and after a full charge, it will have a range of more than 400 miles, or 643.7 kilometers, at least 10 miles longer than Tesla’s longest extended range, the Extended Range Model S.
In fact, there had been news that Tesla would develop batteries for electric vehicles with a range of more than 400 miles, and at a shareholder meeting last month, CEO Elon Musk said Tesla would soon have electric vehicles with a range of more than 400 miles.
It’s unclear when Tesla will launch an electric car with a range of more than 400 miles, but the source, who is in Tesla’s battery management system, said the system has a proposal to prepare a new battery pack for the Model S, Model X and Model 3 at some point. The new battery is likely to be used in the three electric vehicles, which may also have higher range in the future.
For consumers, electric cars have longer ranges, less frequency of charging and better suited for long-distance driving, while Tesla’ increasein range is good for both Tesla and consumers as long as the price increases, as long as the price is within the reach of the consumer, so higher range is good for both Tesla and consumers.