“Breaking: Tesla’s Model 3 Mule Spotted with Dual Motors and 70 kWh Battery Pack (Model 3 70D)!”

“Breaking: Tesla’s Model 3 Mule Spotted with Dual Motors and 70 kWh Battery Pack (Model 3 70D)!”

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Tesla’s much-anticipated Model 3 has generated a lot of buzz, and details surrounding the vehicle’s battery options have been scant. However, reports suggest that Tesla may be testing a Model 3 with a 70 kWh battery pack, one of the first concrete examples of what consumers can expect from the car. Sources familiar with the program confirmed that Tesla has been testing third generation systems in a Model 3 test mule, leading to speculation that a Model 3 70D could offer a range of close to 300 miles on a single charge. The dual motor configuration offers greater efficiency than a rear-wheel-drive option, which could boost the car’s average to 230 Wh per mile. Tesla aims for the 2wd base vehicle to offer over 215 miles of range from a battery between 50 and 55 kWh.

Although Tesla has not confirmed whether the Model 3 70D test mule hints at battery options to come, it does provide optimism that the Model 3 will be a step up from other lower-priced EV competitors. Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, has previously hinted that Tesla could eventually launch a battery with a 110 kWh capacity, offering plenty of scope for future versions of the Model 3. Customers are waiting eagerly for more information on the vehicle ahead of a final reveal event expected in the next few weeks and Tesla ramping up production during the second half of the year. For the time being, a 70 kWh battery pack for the Model 3 will give drivers a taste of what Tesla’s long-range EVs can achieve while keeping the price within reach for more drivers than ever before.

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