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LR Model X gained 210 pounds (95 kg) over 100D

VikH

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Tam

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Is the extra weight due to the new Raven suspension?

That doesn't explain why the old and new S stay with the same weight while there's an increase in the X.

Both the S and X got new motors which should be lighter so they both should decrease in weight and not increase!
 

chadever

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The GVRP stayed at 6,788 lbs (3079 kg). However, the rear and front GAWR changed:

Front 100D: 3,097 lbs
Front LR: 3,241 lbs

Rear 100D: 3,690 lbs
Rear LR: 3,792 lbs

That means the new GVRP should be 7,033 lbs (+/- 2lbs)

A few other changes I noticed:

-Turning circle increased from 38.8 ft to 40.8 ft
-Rear Caliper is single piston, floating (was four piston, fixed)
-Front brake pad is 1.2mm thinner (10mm to 8.8mm)
-Front motor went from 330 nm torque to 420 nm torque
-Rear motor went from to 330/660 nm torque to 335/720 nm torque
-Front motor gained 12 kW (193 to 205)
 
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Tes La Ferrari

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The GVRP stayed at 6,788 lbs (3079 kg). However, the rear and front GAWR changed:

Front 100D: 3,097 lbs
Front LR: 3,241 lbs

Rear 100D: 3,690 lbs
Rear LR: 3,792 lbs

That means the new GVRP should be 7,033 lbs (+/- 2lbs)

A few other changes I noticed:

-Turning circle increased from 38.8 ft to 40.8 ft
-Rear Caliper is single piston, floating (was four piston, fixed)
-Front brake pad is 1.2mm thinner (10mm to 8.8mm)
-Front motor went from 330 nm torque to 420 nm torque
-Rear motor went from to 330/660 nm torque to 335/720 nm torque
-Front motor gained 12 kW (193 to 205)


The turning circle could be reduced front wheel turn in as a result of the new raven suspension components limiting the radius at full lock
 

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