Here’s how long a Tesla Model 3 battery will actually last

The most immediate concern for potential drivers when it comes to the battery is how long it will last on a single charge. Indeed, the autonomy of a single charge has an impact on daily life. People want to know that they can get to work, run errands, and just go about their life without having to worry about charging their Model 3. The simple answer to those concerns is that they can do all of those things with their Tesla Model 3. All Teslas get an average of 262 miles per charge, but the Model 3’s performance is particularly remarkable at 315 miles. Even better, if you have the long-range model, the average range on a single charge jumps to 353 miles (via OptiWatt).

Of course, as with any car, the range of your Model 3 will depend on a few things. First of all, the way you drive the vehicle influences its range. For instance, Ford explains that aggressive driving can lead to a decrease in the range of your electric vehicle, as maintaining slower, more steady speeds will increase efficiency. All of this impacts the distance your Model 3 can travel between charges, although to varying degrees. Road conditions also play a role, including whether or not your path has hills or other inclines. Even something as simple as turning on an electric vehicle’s air conditioning system can affect the number of miles you can travel with your Model 3.

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