Yes, in 2016 Porsche and others got the standard extended past 850v for their planned vehicles. So version 2.0 would also, but that's technically just the communications end.
1% motor efficiency improvement is not a lot generally, but when you're trying to scrape up every last mile of range in an EV, you work hard for even small improvements.3% transformer loss is dandy, while Musk is trying to squeeze out another almost 1% of motor efficiency and we all applaud that. Funny shit. Carry on.
WholeMars usually has accurate leaks but I can't find a source, any one else know about any details?
kWh are the same size, no matter the voltage. It would not.So double the voltage of the traditional battery means we will likely have a double DC charge to two 450v battery packs at the supercharger.
This also means it would likely only charge one at a time and could possibly split the power between motors based on demand and charge level. Dynamic charging and battery distribution would be great. Especially if they make two 450v battery segments that can be swapped out separately if needed.
We'll see more across the next six months. Everything points to a year from now, now.Come on Crissa, you have all the answers....WhatzUp?
Have you even driven the torquiest 430 volt Tesla's? More torque is only good for bragging rights, current Tesla's produce more torque than the tires can handle.The higher voltage will also mean the powertrain can generate more torque. In a towing or off-roading scenario, this would be a welcome addition. Tesla has also stated that the 900 volt configuration only really makes sense for larger vehicles (Semi and CT) and that it is not cost effective for the 3 or Y.
That's a bummer I was hoping it could be two packs, double kwh or close to it. Parallel or series depending on demand, doubling range or power as needed. A dynamic battery.kWh are the same size, no matter the voltage. It would not.
We'll see more across the next six months. Everything points to a year from now, now.
The demo long range tri-motor was to have a double pack, according to insiders, but we have no way of verifying that.That's a bummer I was hoping it could be two packs, double kwh or close to it. Parallel or series depending on demand, doubling range or power as needed. A dynamic battery.