Tesla Model 3 driven from LA to New York in 50 hours

The Tesla Model 3 may just now be leaving showrooms in significant numbers, but can claim a record figure: it was part of the quickest trip across the United States ever in an electric vehicle. Alex Roy, editor-at-large for The Drive who’s already driven Teslas on the same run in record-breaking time, completed this trip in the Model 3 in 50 hours, 16 minutes and 32 seconds. Roy left with the car’s owner, Daniel Zorrilla, from Redondo Beach, California just outside Los Angeles on December 28 and drove to a Manhattan parking garage not far from the Empire State Building. Not only did the time best what Roy and a team did in 2016 when they did the run using a Model S and Autopilot by about 5 hours, but it also beat a record set just last... Continue reading…

Tesla Model 3 driven from LA to New York in 50 hours

The Tesla Model 3 may just now be leaving showrooms in significant numbers, but can claim a record figure: it was part of the quickest trip across the United States ever in an electric ...

Tue 2 Jan 18 from The Verge

Tesla Model 3 Sets Cross Country Record In Bitter Cold

Alex Roy and Daniel Zarrilla set a new record for cross country travel in an electric car in the last week of 2017. The journey offered insights into the effect of cold weather on battery life ...

Wed 3 Jan 18 from CleanTechnica

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