I took a fire fighting course on EVs a couple of years ago and at that time they claimed it cost more to recycle than the value of products reclaimed.I expect that will change as economies of scale come into effect.
Is there any restrictions on storing them for disposal or recycling? At what cost?
I found some info
The rise of electric cars could leave us with a big battery waste problem
Tesla says next gen roadster will have a range of +1000 km.
It's Tesla's claim in the article not an EPA test on actual so my question stands to you
of course it sill stands
you are nowhere near smart enough to get an answer to an easy question.
all mileage ratings are done by the EPA
If you want to find out what methodology they use that is where you would go to find out.
why are you so stupid?
were you dropped on your head as a youngster?
There's a magical number that Musk says will be surpassed.
The upcoming, all-new Tesla Roadster will have the highest electric range of any production EV ever made. In fact, it's electric range will exceed 1,000, but not in miles.
With the recent range upgrades for the Tesla Model S and Model X, the question of range for the upcoming Roadster has again surfaced.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk previously touted the Roadster's range as untouchable by any other electric car. When the Roadster was first revealed, the automaker listed its range at 620 miles. That's a figure that's unheard of today.
The problem is that you are extremely slow-witted.
You want to know how Tesla's are tested and whether it is wih the lights on etc etc?
Go find out from the EPA because they do the testing. Their methodology will be freely available to the public.
EPA can't test it until one is produced so it is Teasla's claim and since you know so much about them is there claim of 1000km with all accessories on or not?
EPA rates my toy truck at 17mpg combined my big truck at 22mpg. I've hit 28mpg on the toy and 30mpg on the STX.
What I am I doing to EPA isn't?