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Discussion in 'Electric Vehicles' started by dpeilow, May 24, 2010.
Japan EV Club drives 623 miles on a single charge
In a Sport no less! And in Texas...
I think that was a car they showed in Detroit last year:
Cool. Perhaps one day we will get 347 miles at 75 mph using a 52kWh pack.
That's something I love about electrics; more power, same efficiency. Tesla Roadster is more economical than MINI E or Leaf; try that comparo between a 911 turbo and an ICE MINI.
From the Article:
"The two-person driving team maintained a nearly constant speed of 25 mph."
Uhh... that's just below the 30 mph minimum for cruise control
This impresses me even more then. I originally thought "That's cool, just take it up to 25, click the cruise and go until it runs out of electrons." I wasn't aware the Roadster's cruise didn't work below 30 MPH.
As the article mentioned I'd be wanting to dip my foot to access the (fun and flat) torque curve.
EV Goes 1000 Record-breaking Miles on a Single Charge (!) Gas 2.0