darpar Even the SUV (Model D?) can win a quarter mile drag against some extraordinary vehicles. The acceleration is no joke.
ZWExton Even the SUV (Model D?) can win a quarter mile drag against some extraordinary vehicles. The acceleration is no joke.
It's more torque than what we are accustomed to with horsepower - direct-drive electric has outrageous torque.
My dad put the 220 volt charging hardware in at the time he bought the Tesla. It fully charges easily overnight. He really likes the car and is rooting for the company to be a success. My mom doesn't like the way it rides and how much he paid for it.
My last golf trip (to Sand Valley by the way), I get a last minute text from a golf buddy they have an opening. Why not, been salivating over the reviews and pics. He picks me up in a Tesla to go meet the other guys and load up into an Excursion. Gotta love it. 0-60 in no time. 60-?? even quicker. He put on auto drive on the way home after the trip, to show me how it works. We were in town, pretty slick.
I saw what you did there. Hasta la vista............baby
JeffTilley I saw what you did there. Hasta la vista............baby
Talk to the hand........
Not very knowledgeable on electric cars but my question is how do you go on a trip? Tesla probably gets 2 to 3 hundred miles then takes 10 hours to charge?
The Model 3 will go about 350 mi. on a full charge depending on how hard
the car is driven....on long trips that's where autopilot really comes in handy.
The "supercharge" Tesla stations take about 45 mins. to re-power the batts,
and these stations are usually located near restaurants or shopping areas so
you'll have something to do while you wait.