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Wheels magazine P100D dyno test.

Discussion in 'Australia & New Zealand' started by Drewflux, Mar 2, 2017.

  1. Drewflux

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    Interesting how the Traction Control "shut off"
    Maybe it has a dyno detector that senses wheels turning but GPS not moving.
     
  3. McRat

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    You do not do DIN correction on electrics. They do not use oxygen.

    And that driveline loss is not correct or even close. It is not a conventional AWD with 3 diffs.

    Rookies.
     
  4. ICUDoc

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    Peak torque isn't registered, is it? As in, I believe peak torque is near (at, for most electric motors) 0 rpm. However, in this test the accelerator isn't pushed flat to the floor at the beginning...
     

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