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Tesla Model S battery pack data shows very little capacity loss over high mileage

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    ‘Lithium’ battery capacity degradation is one of the main concerns of electric vehicle buyers and potential buyers. Since the resurgence of electric cars is relatively recent, meaningful long-term data on large battery packs is fairly rare. Only Tesla has battery packs with a capacity higher than 30 kWh on the road in any significant number and they only have been in operation for a few years (Roadster aside).

    But a few Tesla owners have accumulated impressive mileage on their vehicles and the data provides an interesting look into potential battery capacity degradation. more…

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      Great to see owners of smaller battery pack cars, the 40, and 60 accruing some fairly decent miles, again with minimal degradation
       

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