What kind of battery is in the Tesla Model S Plaid?

The Tesla Model S Plaid has 5 modules that are each made up of 444 Panasonic NCR18650B cells.

The nominal energy of the pack is 95 kWh, and it is made up of 7,920 separate cells.

These cells are put together in a certain way to make sure that the battery stays cool while it is being used. Sandy Munro, an expert,

said that the Tesla Model S Plaid could go up to 300 miles (482 km) on a single charge using the Next Energy cycle.

This means that 95 kW and 134 Wh of energy are used per kilometre, giving an EV efficiency of 134 Wh/km.

 Because it is so efficient, a Tesla Model S Plaid can go farther on a single charge than any other Tesla or electric car on the market today.

 The nickel-based battery in the Tesla Plaid pack is made up of 7920 18650 cells that are grouped into five modules.