A Tesla Model X electric car’s battery pack can recharge up to eight times, which is more than most electric cars, according to a new report.
The report from the nonprofit advocacy group, The Clean Power Task Force (TCTF), also found that Tesla’s battery packs can be charged at speeds of up to 70 miles per hour, or roughly three times faster than an average car’s charge time.
Tesla’s Model S batteries are so powerful that they are able to sustain an average speed of 130 miles per day, which the TCTF says is more powerful than the speed of sound.
The TCTf says that this speed is “unexpectedly fast.”
The TCTFs findings are consistent with other recent studies that have found Tesla’s batteries to be capable of sustained speeds of around 160 miles per charge.
A Tesla spokesperson said the company “remains confident in its technology and technology-driven development.”
Tesla CEO Elon Musk also spoke at the Tctf conference, but he did not address the Tesla battery’s speed.
The Tctfs findings come after Tesla announced that it would not sell the Model S, the car that is the company’s most popular model, to the general public until 2018.
The company is now selling the Model X sedan and the Model 3 electric car, both of which are expected to launch sometime this year.
The Tesla Model 3 has the most powerful battery in the world, the company said in March, and it is expected to offer longer range than the Model 2, which Tesla said was supposed to be released in 2017.
But Tesla has faced a series of delays with its Model 3 production.
In January, the Model III was delayed from October to April 2018 due to a manufacturing shortage.
Tesla said that the production of the Model IV, which would have been its successor, would be halted in late March.
The Model IV’s production ramp has since resumed.