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Matt Joyce
EV “core efficiency” comparison post Model S&X drivetrain refresh. further extends its lead.
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Matt Joyce 26 Jun 19
You’re right, those are estimates based on available information and logical assumptions. I’d be happy to explain how I arrived at any figure, just ask. I will update as vehicles get official specs and add asterisks to future tables until then.
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Walter MacVane Aug 10
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What am I missing? At 80,000lbs the ratio is 2.475 and 2.5 respectively?
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still99 26 Jun 19
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Love to see a cost with core efficiency ranking column. Maybe something like (price\10,000) X (core efficiency) = lowest number is best
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still99 26 Jun 19
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X (core efficiency x 2) Call it core value 😏
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🎖Tesla Army🎖 27 Jun 19
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incredible
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Nicholas Shanks Aug 11
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Please maintain historical vehicles on a version of this list, or perhaps after a break, so that we can see how our vehicles compare with what’s on the market now.
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eSpirit IV 26 Jun 19
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progsdi 26 Jun 19
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Google Spreadsheet share, maybe? Typing those from a picture is exhausting 🙂 Want to play with more formulas
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Paul Loewen 27 Jun 19
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Can’t wait to see the chart once Maxwell tech is in the cars.
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