In a recent podcast by Joe Rogan, Ilan Musk gave some interesting details about Tesla’s current situation and future models. Tesla Heavy Duty Battery Capacity (Semi) is one of the topics that Mr. Musk addressed; According to the CEO of the California automaker, this electric killer will be supplied with a 500 kWh battery. He stated:
“You will probably need a 500 kWh pack. “The batteries used in the S and X models have a capacity of 100 kWh, and the Tesla Semi may have a 500 kWh pack.”
The $ 500,000 $ 500 kW battery pack is expected to power the Tesla heavy-duty killer. This version will be able to cover a distance of about 300 miles (480 km) with a full charge. Some experts believe that Tesla will offer a $ 180,000 version of its heavy-duty killer with an 800- or 900-kilowatt-hour battery. The range of this version is estimated at 500 miles (800 km).
It is worth mentioning that the Tesla heavy killer will be equipped with the new 4680 battery. The lethality of this killer has been completed and production will begin in late 2021 at the Giga Texas Complex, which is currently under construction. According to rumors, Tesla plans to launch about 2,500 units of its noisy killer this year; It is also said that this car will become Tesla’s first fully automated product.
Not to mention that besides Tesla Semi, Ilan Musk in his recent interview also talked about other models such as Roadster and Cyber Truck. He again talks about the ability of the next generation Roadster to rise and stay suspended at a distance of one meter from the ground, adding that he will do his best to make this happen.
The CEO of Tesla also mentioned the controversial cyber truck pickup and said that the production version of this car will be 3% smaller than the unveiled model.