What Battery Does The Tesla Model S Plaid Have?
The Tesla Model S Plaid has its battery packs composed of 444 Panasonic NCR18650B cells, making five modules.
The nominal pack energy amount is 95 kWh and it is composed of 7,920 individual cells.
These cells are arranged into a specific formation which includes thermal management to ensure that the battery stays cool while in use.
Expert Sandy Munro stated that with this single charge the Tesla Model S Plaid could get up to 300 miles or 482 kilometers on the Next Energy cycle.
This corresponds to an energy amount of 95 kW and 134 Wh per kilo-meter, thus forming an EV efficiency of 134 Wh/km.
This high level of efficiency ensures that a Tesla Model S Plaid can go further on a single charge than other Teslas and other electric vehicles on the market today.
The Tesla Plaid pack uses a nickel-based battery, comprising of 7920 18650 cells which are grouped into five modules.