Click tip: Tinkerer Jason Hughes took appart Tesla’s new 100 kWh battery pack, made up of 8,256 cells and a new cooling system. According to Hughes, real capacity is 98.4 kWh, plus a 4 kWh buffer. Meaning, you can actually get 102 kWh out of the new battery.
Video tip: Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield from Transport Evolved thoroughly reviewed the wireless charging system from Evatran, using a 2013 Nissan Leaf. The video shows how it works and if it’s worth getting. The 3.7 kWh system does cost nearly 3,000 dollars, after all, and is less efficient than plug-in methods.
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