With all of its innovations, Tesla has succeeded in becoming one of the rising electric car manufacturers.
Tesla is known to have many modern features in its cars, ranging from entertainment features, to autonomous systems that are also embedded.
In addition to features, of course, the most important thing about a car is its performance, which Tesla can also give thumbs up.
As an electric car with high performance, of course, it requires a large intake of electricity. Are you curious, how much electricity can a Tesla-made car accommodate?
For example, the Tesla P100d Model X, which has a battery power of 100 kWh. If that much power is used to turn on the lights, how much will it be?
With a power of 100 kWh or the equivalent of 100,000 watts, if it is used to turn on a 35 watt lamp, no less than 2,800 lamps can be turned on.
For a house with an average electric power of 1,300 watts, this means that the electricity from Tesla can be used to turn on televisions, refrigerators, air conditioners, washing machines and others.
Even the electricity from this Tesla car can still be used to power 74 other homes with 1,300 watts of power, isn't that cool?