German Version Of The Tesla Model Y Range Test

In recent news, Bjørn Nyland, one of Norway's leading electric car test bloggers, has tested the range of the Made in Germany (MIG) Tesla Model Y Performance, and the results give it plenty of praise. Test vehicle: German-built Tesla Model Y Performance with 21-inch wheels. Test environment: 18-19°C. Test results: average energy consumption of 146Wh/km at 90km/h and 205Wh/km at 120km/h.

Tesla Model Y

Assuming a usable battery capacity of 74-74.4kWh, the vehicle's range of 510km and 361km at 90km/h and 120km/h makes it one of the highest levels of crossover pure electric SUVs.
After achieving a range of 510km at 90km/h, Bjørn Nyland also used the German Tesla Model Y Performance for a long distance test of 1000km.

Start: 100% state of charge ( SOC )

Temperature: 17-24°C (average 20°C)

Total time: 9 hours 45 minutes

Average speed (total): 102.6 km/h (64 mph)

Average energy consumption: 228 Wh/km (367 Watt hours / mile)

Electric vehicle range chart

Number of charging stations: 6
Average distance between charging stations: total: 143 km (89 miles); excluding initial section: 131 km (82 miles)

Charging points: 1. after 212 km (132 miles); 2. after 363 km (226 miles); 3. after 512 km (318 miles); 4. after 662 km (411 miles); 5. after 814 km (506 miles); 6. after 955 km (594 miles).

It is worth noting that Bjørn Nyland has also previously tested the Made in China (MIC) long range version of the Model Y and the overall results were similar to this German version.

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John Murphy is the founder of TOPCARS Tesla Aftermarket Accessories, as well as an investor in Tesla and owner of the Model Y. He posts about Tesla news while running the site on a daily basis.

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