- Apr 18, 2001
- Southeast Texas
- 2004 Passat Wagon (chainless + 5 MT + GDE tune)
Non-SUV and electrical might be appealing to some but will it come to North America?
So while you were eating your ice cream several Teslas visited a supercharger, and this somehow an issue?Road trip-EV , Oxymoron
15 minutes? How many miles could that give you?
hmmm not really a real world test, 70 mph will get you ran over on most interstates, and I don't want to stop every 100 miles either. I'm a big fan of EV's hopefully the next generation of batteries will take care of this issue.
According to this a m3, "In 10 minutes I had reached 32% state of charge and added back 24 kWh. That's enough to power the Model 3 for 100 miles of 70-mph highway driving range. It took a total of 23 minutes to reach 65% SOC, at which point I added back 200 miles of range". That's on a V3 supercharger.
About 120 on the highway going 75+. We go from ~10% to ~60%.15 minutes? How many miles could that give you?