Tesla Model S gets EPA rated 89 MPGe with a 265 mile all-electric range
The US Environmental Protection Agency has released the official fuel-economy figures for the new Tesla Model S, which will start being delivered to customers officially tomorrow.
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The EPA states that the Tesla Model S gets 89 MPGe (Miles per Gallon Equivalent) and 88/90 MPGe (city/highway).
Based on 45% highway, 55% city driving, 15,000 annual miles, the annual cost of charging the Tesla Model S should come in around an estimated $700.
The all-electric range comes in at 265 miles.
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– By: Omar Rana