Bjorn Accomplishes Mission Impossible In Tesla Model S

JAN 2 2015 BY MIKE ANTHONY 9

Bjørn Supercharging in Gol, Norway.

Bjørn Supercharging in Gol, Norway.

Bjørn Nyland shows us his latest Tesla Model S P85 journey, driving a total of 1,669 miles and delivering multiple items.

As we typically see in Bjørn videos, there aren’t any issues using the Model S for long-distance trips.  Supercharging makes trips like these easy, convenient and free!

Taking a road trip in an EV is no longer mission impossible.  In fact, Bjørn shows us that one can drive an electric car nearly 1,700 miles in one weekend.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it,  is to check out the video above and tell us if it removes any skepticism you may still have in relation to taking a long road trip in an EV.

Let’s hear the stories of your EV road trips!

With 2014 now behind us, we’ve added a bonus Bjørn: compilation of the best Model S shots of 2014.  Check that out below:

 

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9 Comments on "Bjorn Accomplishes Mission Impossible In Tesla Model S"

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Big Solar
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Big Solar

Nice job Bjorn.

JohnM
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JohnM

I like the “Best shots” a lot. Just fantastic! It says a lot too of the natural beauty of Norway…

Vinny
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Vinny
There is no question that if you own a Tesla that long roads trips are pretty easy if not down right boring. But for owners of other EVs this is definitely not the case. Long road trips with other EVs require a lot of time on Plugshare and mapquest trying to sort out what route you need to take. Sometimes you have to search for campgrounds to charge from a NEMA 14-50 outlet since there are no L2 stations where you really need them. And while Nissan has a great charging network there are a few Nissan (and other companies) dealers who won’t let you charge unless you are one of their customers. And then there are the times when you need to charge at a certain location but no one has checked in on Plugshare in the past year and you have no way of knowing if it really works. And sometimes that single station is your only option. You have to decide if it is worth the risk. Or maybe you can use CHAdeMO. Then when you are plotting your route you have to decide how far out of the way are you willing to go to charge… Read more »
Djoni
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Djoni

Pretty much sum up Vin!
100% confirmed with my experience.
Still, electric drive is fabulous.

Philip
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Philip

I agree with you, Vinny. The sooner major car manufacturers bite the bullet and develop “real” BEVs with worthwhile range the better. Tesla has proved the concept.

MTN Ranger
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MTN Ranger

I’m still perplexed how he makes enough money on these long trips delivering odd and ends like a Craigslist courier. I guess not having to pay for supercharging helps.

ffbj
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ffbj

Well lets just say it people make money doing it in gas powered vehicle, then how much more likely is not paying for fuel going to make you money. I imagine most people who do this sort of work are just doing it due to the fact they are going that way for a visit or perhaps do so as part of regular business trip. In other words to pick up some extra cash. The fact that Bjorn owns a Tesla, to me is another indication that he doing ok with his business.

John Williams
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John Williams

Right now Steve West and Carl Barlev are driving their Model S cars form Auckland to Cape Reinga to Bluff and back to Auckland in New Zealand. A total of 4175km in a country with not only no Superchargers but almost no EV charging infrastructure at all.