Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) – Tesla Model X’s Range Increases To 371 Miles Per Charge

Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) is improving its vehicles with software and physical updates. Rather than waiting for a new model year, Tesla often incorporates updates to the assembly line as the company sees fit.

This is being seen from a customer that just picked up their new 2021 Model X. As shared by Electrek, the owner’s Monroney sticker lists an EPA-rated range of 371 miles. On Tesla’s website, the Model X is listed at 351 miles.

This appears to be a 20-mile range increase without any changes to the battery pack.

Tesla is constantly making efficiency improvements to its vehicles, and recently received an EPA rating of over 400 miles for its Model S sedan. 

Benzinga’s Take: Adding 20 miles without any changes to the batteries would be impressive. We will have to wait for Tesla’s official announcement about the 2021 Model X range to see exactly how Tesla added

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Tesla’s Model 3 Lost In The World’s Most Advanced EV Market In A Peak Month (NASDAQ:TSLA)

Introduction

Norway is a small automotive market but is widely regarded as the most advanced market for electric vehicles (EVs) in the world thanks to generous government incentives. Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrids accounted for over 80% of sales in September 2020 and the national parliament has set 2025 as the target year for the country to go fully electric.

This is why electric vehicle data from Norway if often used as an indicator for the prediction which models and manufacturers will excel in a world in which electric vehicles become the norm. There is also no local player, which means the Norwegian EV market is not skewed like some other countries like France where the Renault Zoe reigns supreme.

As I mentioned in my previous SA article on Tesla (TSLA), its Model 3 always performs poorly in Europe during the first month

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