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Charging a Tesla Model S 75

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The Tesla Model S, first introduced in June 2012, is a full-sized all-electric five-door, luxury liftback, produced by Tesla Motors. Labelled the "third fastest accelerating production car ever produced". Whether you’re leasing or buying, it’s expected you have questions about driving this innovative EV; What are the driving range, costs and charging time of the Tesla Model S? And what charge point is most suitable?

We will gladly help you select the optimal charging solution for your car and your home and work situation. This means you will never pay more than necessary.

Tesla Model S Driving Range

According to Tesla's NEDC test, the electric ranges for the Model S 75 is 575 km.

However, these are numbers are calculated in a laboratory environment. In our experience the actual range is lower and depends on various driving conditions such as weather, road and temperature.

Tesla Model S Charging Costs

The Tesla Model S 75 can be fully charged for €15. This price is based on the average European price of €0.20 per kWh for charging at home (energy prices differ per country and provider). Learn more about  EV costs  and  public charging tariffs .

Tesla Model S Charging Time

The Tesla Model S 75 can be charged in 7 hours.

The charging time is estimated by dividing the battery capacity by the charge capacity of the charge point. What is the right charge point for you? Find out more about charging times and charge points below.

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The right charge point for the Tesla Model S

With a regular wall socket, the Tesla Model S can take over 24 hours to charge. However, with the right charge point charging times can be decreased significantly.

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As displayed in the overview, the Telsa Model S 75 is compatible with 3 phase 16A charging. On a 220/240 Volt network, these Amperes result in charging speeds of 11 kW.

The charging time is estimated by dividing the battery capacity by the charge capacity of the charge point. Actual times may differ.