Do Tesla need an oil change

No, Teslas do not have an internal combustion engine and therefore do not require traditional oil changes. 

Here are some points about maintaining a Tesla:

Teslas use an electric motor instead of a gasoline engine, meaning there is no need for oil to lubricate engine parts.


Instead, Tesla electric motors have a sealed gearbox that requires very little maintenance or attention.


Regular maintenance includes things like tire rotations, brake checks, and replacing air filters.


The only fluids in a Tesla that require routine attention are the brake fluid and coolant for the battery and power inverter system.


Cabin air filters on Teslas should be replaced every 2 years.


In summary, while Teslas don't require oil changes like gasoline-powered cars, they still require regular maintenance to ensure they continue running smoothly.