Stating the expected range rather than the actual electrical capacity and weight triggers my inner skeptic. Using such a vague and dependent metric likely means they are exaggerating.
I am curious to see what happens with those batteries in winter. Most batteries lose a significant part of their charge in sub-zero conditions. Anyone up north with a tesla willing to comment?
ooh "up to" so slash that figure in half and subtract another 50 for good measure and you've got a realistic 250km range
I'm not familiar with the technicalities behind this but impressed by the progress being made in the field (though still sceptical of any 'up to' figures. Where do people think the technology will be in a couple of years in terms of range and size improvements?
Cue the stupid ass, dated jokes about exploding batteries.