As a soon-to-be M3 new owner, I've been looking at the only other vehicle, Chevy Bolt, that I can compare to. I'm curios about the efficiency difference between the Telsa MS and Bolt as I try to extrapolate what the M3 might be. I know I could just wait until next month, but what's the fun in that? Specifically, numbers from the EPA... Code: Vehicle Range R,city R, hwy kWh/100 mi kWh/100 mi,c kWh/100 mi,h Bolt 238.0 256.0 220.0 28.4 26.3 30.6 MS 60D 218.1 211.9 224.3 32.4 33.4 31.5 Delta 9.1% 20.8% -1.9% -12.4% -21.1% -2.7% So, while I know the MS is heavier than the Bolt, it also has less frontal area and lower drag coefficient. What's the explanation for the MS's 21% lower range in the city? I don't think it's all mass. Maybe the PMAC vs Induction contribute. I'm somewhat shocked that the MS loses this particular category by so much when I would expect Tesla light years ahead of anyone else in the EV and therefore EV efficiency category. I'm curious where we think the M3 will fall in all this?