Day: June 16, 2024

How to Drive a 2023 Model 3 BatteryHow to Drive a 2023 Model 3 Battery

With its long-range capability and ease of charging, the 2023 model 3 battery has set itself apart as a mid-sized electric vehicle contender. It’s nimble and quick, and its interior is sleek and modern. Its driving experience can be a bit disjointed at first — the disconnect between near silence and the acceleraion takes some getting used to. But it can be a satisfying and efficient car to drive if you learn how to use it properly.

Unlike other battery-powered cars, the Tesla Model 3 doesn’t have any range limiters. That’s why its EPA-estimated 353-mile range reflects an impressive level of EV practicality.

The Model 3’s substantial battery size is a key factor in its ability to travel such a significant distance on a single charge. The longer-range Long Range version has a larger battery pack than the standard Model 3, allowing it to travel even further on a single charge.

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In addition to its capacity, the Tesla Model 3’s Battery is engineered to provide exceptional durability. It features energy-absorbing side sills, a fortified battery pack mounted low in the vehicle to reduce rollover risk and a metal body structure that can withstand many times the weight of the car.

It is important not to let your Battery reach a state of zero charge as doing so could damage its components. Tesla recommends a maximum 1% discharge per day of the Battery. This is an ideal amount to power the onboard electronics, including the climate control system and Sentry mode — features that most of us utilize while our cars are parked at home or work.