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Tesla Shuttle To Attempt World Record In Electric Driving Distance (#Electrifying Webinar)

August 16th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

This coming weekend, Tomasz Gać, Jakub Stechly, and I are going to attempt to break the world record for miles driven in an electric car on a single charge. This attempt was planned before a group of Italians recently crushed the previous record, so they've certainly made our task more difficult, but we're still hopeful. Weather permitting, the last charge of a Tesla Model S 100D will take place on Saturday evening. The route is basically Poznań–Łódź–Wrocław–Łódź–Wrocław (with some nuance)


Potential Tesla Model S Buyers Should Consider The 100D

August 13th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Anyone wondering about the practicality of taking long road trips in a Tesla Model S would do well to watch this recent video from Fully Charged, in which host Robert Llewellyn takes a Model S 100D on a journey from London all the way up to the Orkney Islands - the UK equivalent of a Kerouacian coast-to-coast odyssey.


Team Of Italians Drives Tesla Model S 100D 1078 Kilometers (~670 Miles) On Single Charge — New Hypermiling Record

August 7th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Editor's Note: Tesla Shuttle (I'm a cofounder), CleanTechnica (I'm the director), and Quriers are going to try to break the record in a couple of weeks. Stay tuned.... Just a few months after a team in Belgium broke the previous record, a team in Italy has now gone and set yet another new record for hypermiling in an electric car. The Tesla Owners Italia team managed to take a Tesla Model S 100D 1078 kilometers (~670 miles) on a single charge ... meaning that the record set in Belgium in June 2017 (~560 miles) was surpassed by a margin of around 110 miles


The Important Lesson From Record 560 Miles In A Tesla Model S P100D

June 30th, 2017 | by James Ayre

A new "hypermiling" record for production electric vehicles has been set by a pair from Belgium, using a Tesla Model S 100D. The duo in question, Steven Peeters and Joeri Cools, managed to squeeze 560 miles (901 kilometers) out of the Tesla Model S 100D in question, by traveling at an average of 24 miles per hour (39 km/h) for right around 24 hours. Before we go further about the short-term news, there's a very important lesson to be learned and shared (again) regarding this record and how it relates to the practicality of EV life today


Longest Range Electric Car = Tesla Model S 100D (335 Miles!)

April 15th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

Want to own the electric car with the longest range in America? Place your order today for a Tesla Model S 100D, the non-performance version of the Model S sedan with dual motors and the company's largest battery — 100 kWh. The official numbers from the EPA are in and the Model S 100D range came in at 331.1 miles in city driving, alongside a highway range of 337.2 miles and a combined rating of 335 miles. MPGe ratings are impressive as well — 101 city, 102 highway, 102 combined


New Tesla Model S 100D Option Features 335-Mile Range

January 21st, 2017 | by James Ayre

As was earlier speculated, the Tesla Model S 100D (the P100D minus the "Performance" bit) possesses a single-charge range of well over 300 miles, something that we now know for sure following the company updating its online design studio to feature the new option



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