What will be the EPA rating for the 135KWh R1T?

EPA range expectations


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Moonjock

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Remember that as little as 20 amperes at 240 (two outlets in a kitchen) is an 8.5 mile an hour charging "infrastructure". You as a first adopter in a remote region are going to have to be inventive but it is doable if you have an electric utility.
Agreed, the issue is no charging in the winter. Summer has RV parks open that offer 50 amp plugs for a fee. I'm 306 miles from Anchorage and about 350 miles from Fairbanks. There is currently no reliable charging.
 

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