No - Leaf has 100 miles in combined EPA cycle - before applying the 30% adjustment. See EPA FOIA documents posted in MNL.The Leaf gets 70% range because Nissan Uses a L4A cycle that has a median speed of ~20 mph, while Tesla uses 55mph test cycle. Look at the Tesla Roadster forums for real world range.
City : 110 miles.
Hwy : 95.7 miles.
I know. See the FOIA for details.
My Nissan Leaf Forum View topic - Response to EPA FOIA Request
Any futher details on that ? The language of mixed driving etc makes me feel this is the range Tesla expects to get from EPA.
For eg. I'd expect to get nearly 73 miles in Leaf at highway speeds.
I don't see these pages on Tesla website. There is just the Roadster.No - Leaf has 100 miles in combined EPA cycle - before applying the 30% adjustment. See EPA FOIA documents posted in MNL.
BTW, the Model X reveal apparently had mixed driving numbers for S - 128, 180 & 244. So, close to 20% adjustment.