On average, an electric vehicle uses around 30 kWh to travel 100 miles. According to Edmunds, you can calculate your car’s kilowatt-hour usage easily.

## How many kWh does a Tesla use per mile?

For example, a 2021 Tesla Model 3 with a standard-range battery has a rating of **24 kWh/100 miles**, while a Ford Mustang Mach-E with a standard-range battery has a rating of 34 kWh/100 miles.

## What is the average kWh per mile for electric cars?

The average electric car kWh per 100 miles (kWh/100 mi) is 34.6. This works out as **0.346kWh per mile**. In other words, on average, electric cars consume 34.6kWh to travel 100 miles and 0.346kWh to travel 1 mile.

## How much does it cost to drive an electric car 1 mile?

To calculate the cost per mile of an EV, the cost of electricity (in dollars per kWh) and the efficiency of the vehicle (how much electricity is used to travel 100 miles) must be known. If electricity costs $0.13 per kWh and the vehicle consumes 33 kWh to travel 100 miles, the cost per mile is **about $0.04**.

## How far can you drive on 1 kWh?

About the EV Battery Pack

The amount of energy stored in an EV battery pack is measured in kilowatt-hours. An electric car’s efficiency is based on the number of miles that the car goes on a single kilowatt-hour (kWh). An efficient EV can go **about four miles per kilowatt-hour**.

## How much does it cost to fully charge an electric car?

A kWh is a standard measurement of energy that your energy supplier will use to bill you and refers to a person using 1,000 watts of electricity for 1 hour. For home charging your electricity bill will show this cost – on average it will be **between 10-14 pence**.

## Should I charge my electric car every night?

The question of whether to charge your electric car every night gets asked by some EV drivers who worry persistently about depleting the battery without a charging station nearby. The short answer to the question is no. In **general, you should not charge your electric car every night**. It isn’t necessary in most cases.

## Why are used electric cars so cheap?

Used EVs tend to be affordable in the resale market **because older models suffer an accelerated rate of depreciation**. This is due in large part to the one-time $7,500 federal tax credit granted to EV buyers, combined with reduced demand for EVs in general and what are perceived to be dated models in particular.

## How long does an electric car charge last?

Current electric vehicles travel **about 250 miles on a** charge, though there are some, such as Teslas, that can do about 350 miles on a charge. Many automakers have announced plans to bring to market electric vehicles that promise longer range and even faster charging.

## What can I do with 1 kWh?

**What does 1 kWh of electricity actually look like?**

- Charging your phone for 2 hours/day over the course of a month.
- Brewing 12 pots of coffee.
- Running the microwave for 2 minutes every day for a month.
- Operating two desktop computers during a standard workday.
- Operating six laptop computers during a standard workday.

## How do you calculate kWh per mile?

Once you have settled on the number, **divide 100 by it to get miles per kWh**. So 20 (kWh/100 miles) will become 5 (miles per kWh) and 40 will become 2.5. Here are some examples: – If you drive the base model 2019 Nissan Leaf, and 55% of your driving is “around town”, then you will be getting about 3.3 miles per kWh.