Tesla Model 3 drove 1000 km in 10 hours

Tesla Model 3 drove 1000 km in 10 hours

Björn Nyland posted a video on his YouTube channel, which has 234,000 subscribers, showing how a Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus electric car drove 1,000 km in 10 hours.

The test conditions were almost perfect. Temperatures ranged from +22 to +27 ° C, while the average speed was 100 km / h, taking into account the time required for charging. The record is held by the Kia Ceed PHEV with a result of 9 hours 25 minutes, the second place is taken by the Audi e-tron GT, which covered the distance in 9 hours 35 minutes. The third and fourth places are taken by Tesla electric vehicles, and the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus being tested shared the fifth place with the Tesla Model 3 Performance.

The average energy consumption was 178 Wh / km, which is a very good result, and it took six stops to charge the battery with a capacity of about 55 kWh.

Björn Nyland used Tesla charging stations (V2 only) as well as those from other manufacturers, taking care not to linger too long when the power output dropped.

This week we talked about how Jason Fenske drove over 1,500 km in one day in a Tesla Model 3 electric car.

Tesla Model 3 drove 1000 km in 10 hours

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