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Comparing Volkswagen ID.3 to Tesla Model 3 — Prices, Range, Features

June 19th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

Now that you can officially order a Volkswagen ID.3, the car is starting to feel a lot more real. Also, though, some people have been surprised by current pricing and many have been scratching their heads simply trying to find the pricing and the range of various trims


Tesla Has Top Range In World’s Longest EV Range Test

June 12th, 2020 | by Johnna Crider

Norwegian road assistance company NAF has completed the world's longest EV range test. The company tested 29 of Norway's most popular EVs. They tested the actual range in the summer, what happens when EVs go into power-saving mode, and how they charge in heat degrees


Major Tesla Updates Coming: More Power, Single-Pedal Driving, Faster Supercharging

October 24th, 2019 | by Frugal Moogal

I have been listening to the Tesla earnings call multiple times to write a follow-up article to my previous article about what I would be focused on in the earnings call, and I realized that Tesla announced an amazing update for its current vehicles that seems to have gone completely overlooked based on my searching


Tesla Model 3 Range Updates — #NewsQuickie

January 10th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

There have been a couple of recent announcements regarding Tesla Model 3 range ratings. Not being groundbreaking news, we never covered the updates, but now is the time. So say the rulers of the Internet


Tesla Model 3 Standard Range vs. Best of the Rest – Which Affordable EV to Choose?

September 16th, 2018 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

In the coming months, with some timing and volume variations by region, you will be able to choose from many affordable, generous range, compelling, and all-around-capable EVs that are coming on to the market. Whilst the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range is arguably the most keenly anticipated of the bunch, all of these EVs are great cars, much better than any fossil fuel vehicle (FFV) equivalent


Tesla Model 3 = Most Efficient Electric Car On Highways

August 19th, 2018 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

New aggregated data from the gurus over at A Better Route Planner show that Tesla Model 3 efficiency is the highest of any production car at highway speeds, with outstandingly low energy consumption. This outstanding efficiency, combined with great supercharging speeds, makes the Model 3 the best road tripping EV in production


Road Trippin’ In A Tesla Model 3 vs Other Electric Cars

June 10th, 2018 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

Road trips are the final frontier for electric cars to totally outshine combustion-engine vehicles (gas/diesel cars). Already clearly a better technology than combustion vehicles in every other respect, of all the electric cars currently on the market, only Tesla so far provides truly compelling road trip ready offerings. This is an area that other carmakers need to pay much more attention to if they have a hope of ever competing with Tesla’s stratospheric demand and world-leading EV sales volume


Why Did Tesla Ask US EPA To Downgrade Model 3 Range Rating To 310 Miles (From 334 Miles)? Was It Due To Expected Power Draw Of Autonomous Driving System?

January 22nd, 2018 | by James Ayre

The comment thread on the exclusive Tesla Model 3 review that we recently published included an interesting exchange relating to the official US EPA range rating. It seems that the US EPA had originally intended to give the long-range version of the Tesla Model 3 a range rating of 334 miles, but that Tesla convinced them to downgrade this figure to 310 miles. Why, you ask


220 Mile Tesla Model 3 vs 225 Mile Nissan LEAF — Who Will Win?

January 2nd, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

Some quietly broken news this past week was that the 2019 Nissan LEAF is expected to have 225 miles of range, potentially trolling the base Tesla Model 3 by 5 miles. That would put the LEAF #5 of the list of electric cars with the most range, only trailing the Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Tesla Model 3 Long Range, and Chevy Bolt



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