HVB will probably be ok. The HVBJB is the biggest concern I have with longevity. I suppose if it continues to be a major issue after the most recent revisions it might be covered by some sort of good will extended warranty.
Yes I would and Yes I did... Bought my wife a GTPE December of 2021 and I just bought my self a lightly used one 2 weeks ago. We are a two GTPE household now. Will hold on to these until next gen comes out. both have been trouble free from day one. each have 10k miles on them.
Not sure this is a win. Especially in cold climates. They perform much worse in cold climates and weigh significantly more also reducing range. No chance these are put in GTs since their power output is quite a bit less. Design doesnt look great for cooling?
They do allow to be charged to 100%...
yet some how Tesla lack the ability to produce new models in reasonable time frames. model 3 is 10yrs old although it has under the hood changes. I see this as a major hurtle for Tesla. their design is getting boring. They will eventually run out of buyers. when is TBD.
300 per battery at 50000 units is 15mil. not chump change. all those inefficiencies add up to big dollars. I expect things to be better with the 2nd gen and plan on grabbing one when they are released.
There was a lot of turn over in the ev space do you resale value last year. Also possible the owners didn’t do their research and the range limitations didn’t work for them. 49k is a good price for 22 from what I’ve seen. Are there a bunch of service visits? That would be a red flag.
When I linked the car to my account and enrolled it in blueOval charge network it is showing 500kWh balance. It must of transferred with the car and still has an expiration date of 2yrs from the the vehicle was put in service(10/24/23). my wife's car has about 300kWh remaining so its not from...