Saturday, September 18, 2021
ElectricOver 13 Years, Tesla Cars Have Increased Their Power By 23.4% Only

Over 13 Years, Tesla Cars Have Increased Their Power By 23.4% Only

Looked at all mass-produced Tesla vehicles from 2008 and discovered that these vehicles have, on average, 157.8% more engine power than ICE cars.

Key findings:

  1. Modern Tesla cars have 23.4% more power than the company’s first vehicles.
  2. Tesla EVs are 156.8% more powerful than the average car with ICE.
  3. The average driving range of a Tesla car is 293 miles (471.1 km).
  4. On average, Tesla vehicles accelerate 118.9% faster than ICE cars.
Tesla cars are, on average, 157.8% more powerful than ICE cars

How have Tesla vehicles improved over history?
Over the 13 years of its history, Tesla has managed to achieve 23.4% more power, 21.2% higher torque, and a 7% higher top speed, but the vehicles’ dynamics dropped by 3.3% and energy consumption increased.

Comparing the power of Tesla and ICE cars
The average power of Tesla cars is 446 hp, and for ICE vehicles it’s 173 hp. So Tesla has 156.8% more power than the market average. Tesla vehicles are also, on average, 62.8% more powerful than other EVs.

Tesla has increased its engine power by an average of 23.4% over 13 years

What are the driving range figures?

Found that the average driving range of Tesla vehicles is 293 miles. Compared low-range cars with long-range ones and saw a sharp increase in battery size for the cars with a longer range.

Acceleration of Tesla cars
Tesla’s fastest car accelerates to 60 mph in 1.9 s. The average figure is 4.35 s to 60 mph. That’s 118.9% faster than the market average (for ICE cars), which is 9.52 s to 60 mph, according to our calculations.

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