EPA rating officially came out today, so I expect deliveries to begin soon! Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor and Performance versions get official EPA ratings Having said that, the EPA rating for the P3D and AWD are lower than those for the RWD version of tht car. I expected this for the P3D, but expected AWD to be similar to RWD if not slightly better. Instead, it seems to be significantly lower - about 10% or so. I know that EPA tests are not real world, but can anyone give any insight on what they think the AWD car will offer? I justified AWD in my head because it would be less likely to get stuck in the snow, possibly have stronger regen and would have equal or better real world mileage. If it's taking a range hit, I might rethink if the $4k difference is worth it... Anyone else have a thought on that?