Tesla electric car set a world record

Members of the Italian club owners Tesla set a world record for the longest trip in an electric car. Drivers were able to drive a Model S over thousands of kilometers.

Five drivers ran the machine at a time. The car moved with the air conditioning off, and average trip speed was about 40 kilometers per hour. The authors of the record noted that this is a realistic figure for travel on good city roads.

Total spent 98,4 kilowatt-hours of electricity.

The test, which started on August 4, took about 29 hours, reports Motor. The run involved a fully serial Model S modification 100D. It is equipped with a battery pack with a capacity of 100 kilowatt-hours and two electric motors (drive – full) and tires with low rolling resistance. Passport reserve is 539 kilometres.


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Recall, Tesla has doubled its revenue more than doubled over the last year. Sales of Tesla for the last quarter was 2.79 billion, and for the first half – 5.49 billion dollars. A year earlier over the same period the company’s turnover amounted to 1.27 billion dollars (six months of 2.42 billion).