You know what could fix all this? Modern, cheap nuclear power. I see it as an essential part of an EV future with fossil fuel free winters.
I don’t think our HOA will allow wind turbines either but by law they could not stop us from installing rooftop solar.I wanted a vertical windmill farm in the back yard. The HOA said NO!!! FWIW, my wife is the president of the HOA. LMAO.
HVAC is standard in the Brightdrop trucks.Hopefully once they electrify their fleet, the USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL, and Amazon delivery workers get air conditioning in their vehicles. Making folks suffer 110+ F heat because AC compressors are too expensive/polluting to run at idle with ICE motors is so 20th century.
Awesome, good to hear.HVAC is standard in the Brightdrop trucks.
Real world numbers on the MME - Last Sunday, ambient temperature ~40* F, Approximately 50% freeway, 50% surface streets, 70.6 miles driven, 16.4kWh, avg 4.3 mi/kWh according to the carYour MME is getting 4.5 miles per kWh? You don’t drive highway? That’s a lot higher than I’ve ever heard for that car including my brothers. Thats about what my bosses model 3 gets without driving highway in Hawaii, which we don’t have.
Here is the raw data for the past week - the two mile trips were driven by a teenage boy FWIWVery impressive. I don’t really believe it. My Model Y is getting exactly 4 miles per kWh over its first 660 miles, no highway. Boss gets about 4.5 in his model 3 and wife gets 3.4 in the prime. All numbers that make sense and correlate well with EPA ratings. MME getting 4.5 with highway driving just doesn’t make sense.