By Sam McEachern Tesla has remained tight-lipped about the true battery size and power output of its new Model 3 sedan, but preliminary findings from the Environmental Protection Agency have revealed some of its specs.
According to the EPA documents, which were obtained by InsideEVs, the rear-wheel drive Model 3 has a permanent magnet electric motor that produces 258 horsepower. The same document also lists the 310-mile, 75 kWh Model 3’s kerb weight at 3,837 pounds.
Additionally, the 310-mile version of the electric four-door was found to have a battery pack with a nominal voltage of around 350 volts, which is roughly equivalent to 80
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