The Chevrolet Bolt is a competitor for the newly launched Tesla Model 3, but Consumer Reports wanted to see how its range is comparable to that of a Tesla model.
And they did this by switching off the two electric vehicles on the same predefined motorway route with a speed of 65 km / h (105 km / h) with the air-conditioning system.Prior to reading the recordings, which have a clear winner, we will remind you that the Chevrolet Bolt can travel up to 238 miles (383km) on a single charge, thanks to its 60kWh lithium-ion battery, Electric motor. The prices for the GM-capable vehicle start from $ 37,495, before the federal tax credit.
The Tesla model S, in the 75D flavor, uses a 75kWh battery on the other hand, which allows to travel up to 259 miles (417km), intermediate charges. Prices for this version start at $ 69,500, with two-wheel drive, while the all-wheel drive model can be had from $ 74,500. The car manufacturer also offers it with a 100kWh battery, which increases the range up to 335 miles (539km), but that costs at least $ 97,500.
So the Tesla model S 75D should travel more on a single cargo, right? Well, you have to watch the video for you to see which of the two has the better range.