Here we have all the Tesla new EPA range estimations, including the percentage change, which usually varies from a few to roughly 12%.

Tesla has just announced more changes in its online design studio and here in this post we will focus on the latest updates of the EPA estimated range results.

Basically, all models (Model 3, Model S, Model X, Model Y) got upgrades, besides the Model S Long Range Plus, which was updated earlier to 402 miles (647 km).

The range numbers usually increased by several percent, although in some cases it was around 12%.

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In short, the Model 3 LR AWD is rated at 353 miles (568 km), which is 9.6% more than before. The Model Y LR AWD is rated at 326 miles (525 km) or 3.2% more than previously. Check our detailed info below:

Tesla's EPA estimated range results:

Tesla Model 3

  • Standard Range Plus (18") - 263 miles (423 km)
    up 13 miles (21 km) or 5.2% from 250 miles (402 km)
  • Long Range AWD (18") - 353 miles (568 km)
    up 31 miles (50 km) or 9.6% from 322 miles (518 km)
    Acceleration 0-60 mph improved from 4.4 seconds to 4.2 seconds
  • Performance (20") - 315 miles (507 km)
    up 16 miles (26 km) or 5.4% from 299 miles (481 km)
    Acceleration 0-60 mph improved from 3.2 seconds to 3.1 seconds
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Tesla Model S

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Tesla Model X

  • Long Range Plus (20") - 371 miles (597 km)
    up 20 miles (32 km) or 5.7% from 351 miles (565 km)
  • Performance (20") - 341 miles (549 km)
    up 36 miles (106 km) or 11.8% from 305 miles (491 km)
    the 22" version is rated at 300 miles (483 km), 12% less
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Tesla Model Y

  • Long Range AWD (19") - 326 miles (525 km)
    up 10 miles (16 km) or 3.2% from 316 miles (508 km)
  • Performance (21") - 303 miles (488 km)
    up 12 miles (19 km) or 4.1% from 291 miles (468 km)
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