The Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor version with and without performance trim received their range rating from U.S. authority EPA. This means the carmaker may now officially start deliveries to customers.
Both the Tesla Model 3 Performance and non-Performance Dual Motor versions have a range of 310 miles (about 500 km) on a single charge. This is as much as the standard Model 3 with rear-wheel drive.
They only differ in terms of efficiency that is at 29 kWh/100 miles for the performance trim – 3 kWh more than the standard Model 3, which consumes 26 kWh of energy per 100 miles (160 km).
The EPA is usually the last hurdle to be jumped to start deliveries. Tesla has successively opened the online configurator, prioritising orders of the higher priced performance version as they went (we reported).
In addition, the following video is further indication of the reality of the Tesla Model 3 with the dual motor set up.
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