Tesla’s latest battery, which was released just days ago, was the first of its kind to reach consumers, with a rating of 9.3 out of 10 on CarAdvice.com’s best-selling car battery rankings.
Tesla’s battery, called the Tesla Model S Supercharger, is a three-phase, lithium-ion battery that can deliver up to 400 miles per charge, and the company says it can deliver more than 1,000 miles per day on a single charge.
The company has not said when the Superchargers will be available in stores, but the battery is expected to launch next month, when the company launches a new range of Model S sedans.
Tesla’s SuperchargER is a new addition to the Model S lineup that can bring Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model X sedans up to 1,400 miles per full charge.
The SuperchargERS are designed for a maximum speed of 100 mph, and Tesla says they can be charged up to 5.6 hours per charge.
Tesla has released two new battery packs, but it is unclear when the first model, the Model X, will launch.
The company says the first new battery will go on sale in December.
Tesla announced last week that it would start selling its new Model S sedan, Model X SUV, and Model X crossover in the US starting on January 17.
The Model S and X have been underwhelmed with limited availability, with the Model 3 only recently launching.
Tesla says the Model 2 sedan, the first vehicle with the new Superchargermasters, will arrive on January 23.