Installing the Tesla Aero Wheel Kit 2.0 on my Tesla Model 3. So lets see if I will be riding in style now that you can see the original rims with this kit. So how to you remove the aero caps? I will figure that out, I will change the software configuration in the car to reflect the new caps and range. #Shorts #Tesla #Aero
The standard Tesla Model 3 configuration uses the Aero caps on the wheels, which improves the range. But there are nice rims behind those caps. Now Tesla has released version 2.0 of their Aero Wheel Cap Kit and I have ordered it to check it out. So I will be unboxing them, installing them and checking out the navigation system to see if it shows any difference in range when I select the Aero Wheel Cap Kit 2.0 I will also show how to change the tire configuration in the software. According to the box, this product was made on
Today a little video about something that makes me happy. Charging my electric car for free using solar power. Now all I need is a Tesla power wall but that is not viable or even a good economic solution. Link to solar power status: https://rud.dk/wps/index.php/solar-power/ Link to website: https://rud.dk/
So this was supposed to be a video on my main channel, but the audio sucks and can’t be repaired. So it is here now on this channel. I have taken my Rode lavaliere iPhone mic, and placed it permanently in my car so I won’t forget it. Today I am crossing what should have been the world largest suspension bridge, but due to politicians and bureaucracy, it just missed being the world record holder.
Today I decided to see what the actual cost of heating my Tesla before driving. I have a FLIR camera and a meter on the plug to the car so I can see what actually happens when the battery is frozen. I will be measuring the peak kW draw as well as the total kWh used. it should be interesting to see how many kilowatt hours it uses. Chapters: 00:00 Intro 01:50 The Setup 01:20 Current status 02:50 Turning on preheat 04:15 5 minutes 04:50 10 minutes 05:30 15 minutes 06:33 First infrared FLIR view 08:02 20 minutes 09:30 why
In this video we take a look at what a supercharging sessions looks like. How fast and how to charge right to minimise waiting time. This is on my secondary channel because I missed some recording because it was one of my first supercharging sessions and I thought the status screen would be on when I left the car.
So it is around midnight and I can’t sleep but today I just don’t go for a ride, I decide to pull over and check out Fallout Shelter that came on the car dashboard with the last software update. If you want to see more about EVs and videos like this, just better, you should check out @Bjørn Nyland 00:00 Introduction 02:19 Connecting controller I don’t need 04:32 Moving to new parking spot 06:17 Finally playing 16:45 Conclusion