The blogger drove to the discharged Tesla Model 3 to the charging stationMarch 15, 2018
American blogger MilesPerHr published a video in which he showed what would happen to the electric vehicle Tesla Model 3 after its batteries were completely discharged. The video is posted on the author’s channel on YouTube.
At the beginning of the video, the power reserve of the electric car was 10 miles, which is equivalent to about 16 kilometers. In the middle of the video, the on-board computer of the electric car showed a zero power reserve. In one of the comments to the video the author indicated that after this the car drove about two or three more miles (three to five kilometers) to the charging station.
The author of the video also noted that after the batteries were completely discharged, most of the car systems continued to work. The exception was the system for preventing and preventing collisions.
In December 2017, a video appeared on the Internet, in which the Tesla Model 3 was accelerated to its maximum speed. The video shows that the car scored 228 kilometers per hour, although official TTX indicated 224 kilometers per hour.