Tesla Model S owner Bjørn Nyland and his friend Morgan Tørvolt claim to have set a hypermiling range record for the Model S P85D.
According to Nyland, he was able to go 452.8 miles on a single charge.
Of course, this was achieved at low speeds (25 MPH or so, says Nyland), but still this is a remarkable achievement considering that the EPA rates the ranges car at 253 miles (combined - highway/city).
Here's the video description:
"Tesla Model S P85D sets new world record in hypermiling. The car drove 728.7 km, 452.8 mi on a single charge. Start and stop point was supercharger in Rødekro, Denmark."
And Bjorn's Tweet declaring the duo's new world record:
Bjørn Tweets Of World Record Drive