My 250kW Tesla model 3 charging curves.
Looking at my 250kW V3 supercharger sessions
Looking at my 250kW V3 supercharger sessions
I have enjoyed looking at @Bjørn Nyland videos about charging. Specially the charging “race” videos. But I thought the charging curves on the Model 3 Performance was a bit off, compared to my experience, So I am trying to compare them here, let’s see what they look like. Bjørns video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpwF6Re5vX0 My website with my graphs here: https://rud.dk/wps/index.php/2022/10/22/2247/ #tesla #superchargers
So Tesla finally got around to improve the battery consumption statistics graph on the dashboard. #shorts #tesla
It is time to go home and I am on a mission. I want to test different random chargers along the autobahn. I will try to pretend I don’t have access to Tesla superchargers. What does it look like when you drive any other electric car. Previous video: https://youtu.be/4T0hUI9ZoTY Related videos: Going Up the alps, Grossglockner high Alpine Road in an electric car. No worries in a Tesla. https://youtu.be/EXC7GKJe1UQ 4000KM road trip playlist https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrSt0AomtcmBW9JpIu7BDq9m EV VLOG playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrR5PRsiWVz0RP4L32zWcHAK Going downhill shorts: https://youtu.be/H60nuuNs1fk Free energy downhill Grossglockner part 1 – No commentary – Chill music: https://youtu.be/CcLFXO3diK8 #roadtrip #tesla #charging
Today I am driving up the alps all the way to Grossglockner to look at a glacier and the next day all the way down to Lake Como to have a G&T. So how does an EV compare to a ICE car driving up and down a mountain? In this video I drive up Grossglockner and then on to Lake Como Related videos: Going Up the alps, Grossglockner high Alpine Road in an electric car. No worries in a Tesla. https://youtu.be/EXC7GKJe1UQ 4000KM road trip playlist https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrSt0AomtcmBW9JpIu7BDq9m EV VLOG playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrR5PRsiWVz0RP4L32zWcHAK Going downhill shorts: https://youtu.be/H60nuuNs1fk Free energy downhill Grossglockner part 1
Today I continue my Telsa road trip vlog and I will be driving around trying different chargers in Germany, not just Tesla Superchargers. Then it is on to Austria and again try a few odd charge networks. Some viewers have a few tips as well this time. I could just have used the Tesla chargers, but where’s the fun in that. 😀 Since I have the plugsurfing RFID key / card, I will try to use that. I also have the chargemap, the Eon, the Clever and +10 different apps on my phone. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQuQliZp3cY Chapters: 00:00 Replying to
In this video, I am going on an electric car road trip in my Tesla Model 3, driving through europe to get some G&T in the sun. I still get questions if it is an issue going on vacation driving electric. So here’s my experience for you to see with my own car and my personal road trip, alone through europe. I have access to Tesla’s supercharger network, but I will try to seek out other chargers in this roadtrip. All part of the fun driving an electric car. Chapters: 00:00 Service Announcement 00:38 Intro 01:04 What is this about?
Driving down regenerating energy on the way down. No talk just chill music and watching the battery charge up. Time for some free energy downhill. Since the motors can generate electricity, it is possible to do downhill charging.
Today we are driving up the alps to Grossglockner on the High Alpine Road in Austria, all the way up to a glacier, charging at a Tesla destination charger with glacier view and you will get a front seat look at the battery consumption. Let’s just say that even a Tesla Model 3 Long range really drains the battery, but by how much? Chapters: 00:00 Pre-Intro 00:18 Why I am doing this 02:02 Main start 02:20 Grossglockner high Alpine Road 02:50 The ride up with telemetry 05:10 Driving through the clouds 10:00 Driving above the clouds 14:00 The final stretch
Part 2 of 2: So it is finally time for a weekend road trip, have been over a years since I have been on a proper trip, thanks to uhm the thing that is going around. So this weekend will be spent on driving, charging to get a proper perspective into how traveling in an electric car works. Of course I am blessed to have access to the Tesla supercharger network so that helps. Also will the pandemic put a stop to the whole thing?
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