Electrek has reported an amazing set of numbers on a Tesla S:
A Tesla Model S hits 300,000 miles in just 2 years – saving an estimated $60,000 on fuel and maintenance
The vehicle is owned by Tesloop, a company that offers rides in Tesla vehicles.
A large part of this difference is due to the fact that the car is being used within an area that has extensive Tesla SuperChargers. So all the electricity is “free” (paid for as part of the purchase price of the vehicle). Also parts of the repairs and maintenance were largely paid for under the warranty. The powertrain warranty is for 8 years and includes unlimited mileage. This means that at the same annual usage rate the warranty would cover 1.2 million miles or 1.93 million kilometres.
The key question here is whether Tesla is losing money on this arrangement. If so…
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