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

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

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