Filling up a Tesla Semi: How Much?

It's no secret that the Tesla Semi electric truck has been a media darling since it debuted in 2017.

Many people have been curious about the price of fuel for such a state-of-the-art car because of its groundbreaking performance and technological breakthroughs.

Thankfully, the battery-electric drivetrain in a Tesla Semi reduces the need for pricey fuel to a negligible fraction of the cost.

At today's $0.85-$1.85 per kilowatt-hour power rates, it may cost as little as $0.10-$0.30 per mile to fully charge the battery in a semi.

Despite potential variations in electricity prices between regions and countries, Tesla estimates that the fuel cost of a Semi will be little around one penny per mile.

The Supercharger Network is conveniently located along key roads and highways, making refuelling the Semi both inexpensive and time efficient.

That's why, if you're concerned about saving the planet without breaking the bank, investing in a Tesla Semi is a fantastic idea.