Data Shows Tesla Batteries Lose Less Than 10 Percent Capacity at 160,000 Miles
TheDrive: “A thread on popular Tesla forum Tesla Motors Club has begun to track battery degradation over time with the use of community-sourced and tracked data. Using a scatter plot, the overwhelming worldwide response to the request for data was able to establish a clear trend line. In 270,000 kilometers (168,000 miles), the average battery degraded less than 9 percent of its original capacity. “
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Lars Barkler is the CEO of Lithium Balance, manufacturer of Battery Management Systems for lithium-ion batteries used in automotive, industrial and power storage applications.
Prior to joining Lithium Balance in 2007 he was the VP of Technology and Marketing in Brüel & Kjær. He has also previously served as Marketing Director in Radiometer Medical.
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