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Tesla Model 3: Here's How The Range Changes In Hot And Cold Weather
Two identical paths, faced in different months, with the SR + version: the difference between the results can really make the difference
Electric cars and range: the greatest challenge of zero-emission mobility. By now, the new battery-powered cars have distances able to meet the daily needs of most motorists. But the unknowns are not lacking and the variables that affect the amount of road that the EVs can cover with a charge still differ significantly.
The same car, not only based on the driving style adopted, but also on the type of tires fitted or the weather conditions, can be considerably more or less efficient. And we wanted to test it with our editorial Tesla Model 3 SR +, which we tested on the same course in January and on a sunny October day. With very interesting results.
***Editor’s Note: InsideEVs U.S. would like to thank our colleagues at InsideEVs Italy for conducting these tests and sharing the results with our readers. Check out the original article, in Italian, here.
The double proof tests
In the two tests carried out, the car was put to the test both on the Rome-Forlìroute – traditional reference of the real consumption tests of Motor1.com – and in the traffic of Rome, thus covering both urban and high– traffic routes.