A very important Auto Magazine in Germany just recently did some FUD on Tesla Range in which they said, traveling at an exact average of 120kph would limit range to ~180km. That was obviously nonsense and met with some quite heavy resistance but in a re-test with 'heavy' rain they only managed about 258km. Now there are many errors in that 'test' (one was they did not really test the range anyway, they did some excel magic on a very limited dataset and extrapolated at first) but videos like this of the real-world will help a lot..
puzzling, since this should seem to be so important.
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