How far can a fully charged Tesla Model 3 travel?

This article provides information on the various driving ranges offered by Tesla models, the battery life of each vehicle,

and the cost of battery replacement. It also informs you about the updated, more accurate WLTP test.

The Model 3 Long Range can charge from 10-80% in as little as 30 minutes from a Tesla-only Supercharger,

while the Standard Range can travel up to 254 miles on a single charge.

 Up to 310 miles can be covered by the Model 3 Long Range on a single charge.

The Model S and other Tesla vehicles, for example, have significantly greater ranges and can travel up to 370 miles on a single charge.

All Tesla car models have replacement batteries that may be smaller and have a lower range per charge than the original batteries.

 Different cars will have a variety of ranges depending on the model and intended mileage range.

 One charge can go a long way; the ordinary Model 3 takes about 45 minutes to obtain 80%

charge while the Long Range model does so in 30 minutes or less.The Long Range Tesla Model 3 has a range of up to 348 miles (WLTP),

while the Standard Range Plus model has a range of up to 263. (WLTP). A high-power lithium-ion battery with a 75 kWh capacity powers Tesla vehicles.