Tesla has again expanded the scope of the Model S electric vehicle to another record high.
It is again starting to lead the pack in its reach and value competition with Lucid.
Not long ago, Tesla figured out how to build the scope of the Model S to 402 miles on a single charge – another record for every single electric vehicle.
A few months after the fact, Lucid divulged the base version of its Air electric car with a scope of 406 miles and a cost-competitive with Tesla’s Model S, which is relied upon to be its top competitor in the luxury sedan segment.
Because of the declaration, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla will lessen Model S cost to $69,420 – savaging Lucid all the while.
It officialized the contention between the two electric vehicle organizations despite the fact that Lucid presently can’t seem to deliver its first vehicle.
Presently Tesla is raising the stakes once more.
An Electrek reader found a brand new Tesla Model S produced for the current month and the Monroney sticker shows an updated EPA range of 409 miles on a solitary charge.
The Model S Long Range Plus had a build date in November 2020.
It’s hazy what is pushing the reach to 409 miles or on the off chance that it depends on software, hardware upgrades or both.
The EPA still can’t seem to update its website with the new rating, yet in the event that it made it to the Monroney sticker, it is a decent sign that it is official. Tesla additionally hasn’t updated the range on its website.
A month ago, Tesla gave Model S Performance a major expansion in range, yet the Long Range Plus wasn’t updated.
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