How the Tesla Model 3 Battery is So Much Better Than the Model S

In many ways, the Model 3 battery is actually the most powerful car ever made.

It uses a proprietary battery architecture, called a super-conventional lithium-ion battery, which uses the same chemistry as the lithium-sulfur batteries that make up the majority of electric vehicles today.

Model 3s use a mix of solid-state and electrolytic cells, as well as a new type of solid electrolyte that is not used in the Model 2.

All of this means the Model X battery is a very, very, good battery.

The Model 3’s power density is over a thousand times higher than the average Model S. The new solid- state battery is capable of producing over 3,000 horsepower, which means it will get you to the highway at an impressive 20 miles per hour.

That’s almost twice the horsepower of the Model 4, which is also a very good battery in its own right.

However, unlike the Model V, which has been a great car for Tesla since its inception, the Tesla battery is just starting to get to the point where it is ready for mainstream adoption.

Tesla is making its first commercial deliveries in 2017.

And while it’s only now being sold in the United States, it will be arriving in the UK, Canada, Australia, France, Italy, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Thailand later this year.

That means the Tesla’s first mass-market battery will be in the hands of consumers before it’s even a few months old.

This is a huge step forward in battery technology, and it will make a big difference in the future.

In the next few years, we will be able to go from a car that needs to be driven on the highway to a car where it will literally take over the planet.

For now, though, the electric car is still very niche.

For the first time ever, you can have a car for the money you can afford, and if you want to drive it to the beach, the range is limited.

It’s still very expensive, and we’re still a ways away from a fully autonomous car.

However if Tesla can deliver on its promise to provide an affordable and sustainable electric car, the future is looking bright.