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This is a FACT Model 3 LR AWD is a 462 HP (Eu) or 457 HP (imperial)

Discussion in 'Model 3: Driving Dynamics' started by conv90, Dec 31, 2019.

  1. conv90

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    Model 3 LR AWD without "Boost Acceleration" upgrade.
    Taken from Scan My Tesla on my 2109 LR AWD on 2019.40.50.1.
    340 kW is the max registered value. (see arrow).
    I simply made a 60 km/h to 120 km/h acceleration floring the accelerator to 100%.
    SOC 87% and Battery temp around 45°C. Outside temp was around 8 deg °C
    I wanted to post because I never saw an higher value on internet not even on Wugz posts on Reddit.
    Even Wikipedia is displaying "only" 333 kW under Model 3 LR AWD.
     

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  2. TomaGo

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    Interesting but this is the energy consumption, not the motors output power available.
     
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    Yes but my log is WITHOUT the $2k upgrade.

    Here WUGZ after 5% free upgrade where he stated 333 kW:
    Model 3 AWD tested from 0-160 km/h - Peak power up 7.5%, Peak torque up 1%, 0-60 mph down 0.1s : teslamotors

    Here WUGZ WITH the $2k where he stated the 333kW to 370kW increase with Boost Upgrade:
    Model 3 AWD+ (Acceleration Boost) tested from 0-160 km/h - Peak power up 11%, Peak torque up 12%, 0-60 mph in 3.78s : teslamotors
     
  5. conv90

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    I disagree, but the 340,31 kW I'm posting are the same 333 kW WUGS is posting as max detected combined kW on Scan My Tesla.
     
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    Is that repeatable, or a one shot "happy" number? Wugz has been transparent that he chooses to show a representative average data set, not a peak number.
     
  7. conv90

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    I agree but the graphs he shows are with the bigger number on 333, but I repeat I agree , probably it's only a spike on my example.
    But he stated: " "taken from the BEST of each of the 3 runs )
    I have to say that:
    The value was 339,50 5 min before, then I flored again and it went 340,31, SO I assume it's repeteable.
     
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    same measurement relative to what the other person post, doesnt mean its the same measurement as industry reference (from motor to axle/crank, or to wheel)
     
  9. conv90

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    Yes, you are right, but I think it's the closest data to measure horsepower on a Tesla taken from Can Bus data.
    In addition I think that usually the MAX POWER advertised by ICE cars makers is always at the crank.
    Im not saying a Model 3 LR AWD is delivering to the ground 460 HP, but I think it's not a shame to say that Tesla Model 3 LR AWD is a 450-460 HP car.
     
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