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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by TEG, Jul 29, 2017.
Anyone seen a Model 3 window sticker yet?
Monroney sticker | Tesla
Yeah, looked for them during the various video feeds, none seen. Presumably the first 30 received them separately, or they were in the car out of direct view. It'd be nice if someone were to post a copy, but I think the contents are pretty much covered in what has been disclosed through the various channels, no?
There could be additional info on there we haven't learned yet.
I could've sworn I'd seen a pic of the frunk or trunk of a Model w/containing the Monroney sticker this morning. Might've been in my Facebook feed. Sadly, I can't find it.
A bunch of Google searches and image searches haven't helped.
there's a pix of one on this page Fotos und Details von der ersten Tesla Model 3 Auslieferung - ecar-rent.com
That's the one! That's what I saw, but I saw it somewhere else.
Tesla Model 3 nur Bilder - Tesla Model 3 • Seite 32 | Elektroauto Forum, specifically http://cdn.goingelectric.de/forum/resources/image/43551 has a slightly higher res version.
Nice! Too bad it's not close enough or a high enough resolution for us to read.
The big "126" on that monroney sticker.. isn't that MPGe? We didn't know that , did we?
Here's what that section looks like:
It looks to me like it says 126 MPGe
Yep, we both just noticed that.
So 126 combined MPGe seems pretty impressive to me. Looks like the BMW i3 is 124 and the Bolt is 117. Prius Prime is at 133 MPGe (in electric mode only).
126 MPGe for the combined cycle works out to 265 Wh/mile from the wall, so about 233 Wh from the battery.
I'm looking forward to the highway component
@tracksyde , The Prime and Model 3 have similar Cd (and I presume similar frontal areas) so I expect the highway numbers to be quite close. The Prime is lighter though, and presumably ends up with a higher MPGe in the city cycle.
Compare that to:
136 MPGe : Hyundai Ioniq BEV
133 MPGe : Prius Prime Plus
126 MPGe : Tesla Model 3
124 MPGe : BMW i3 Rex
119 MPGe : Chevy Bolt
119 MPGe : Chevy Spark
106 MPGe : Chevy Volt
104 MPGe : Tesla Model S 90D
Good call. Not bad if you ask me, especially considering it's better looking than any comparable EV.
I've been watching the EPA database website but no updated file since 7/27.
I'm starting to think they batch their new car data, so details might not be available until 8/27
And much heavier than all but Bolt/Volt.
I can't read German.
Google can translate the page for you.
Save $4500 in fuel costs... over 5 years?