The wheel is 7 inches wide. The maximum recommended tire width is 225 (usual recommandation is between 195 and 225). I assume that this is to reduce wheel weight and get better efficiency. I was quite surprised when I saw 7 inches. I would have tought 7.5 or 8 inches.
Seriously I don't think that the actuators will be strong enough for heavy ice. Ok it doesn't happens each week. Tesla needs to preheat about 30 minutes before leaving et they also have a few tricks. Follwing an update, the vents are now directed at door handles during the winter.
Whatever they write, every EV as a battery reserve that is unused to preserve battery life. Tesla as the smallest one (like 2/77).
You won't get a bigger usable battery in Europe. They also announced 77 and 99 in North America and they disclosed the usable proportion in the order guide...
For those who likes numbers, he did 301 miles with 75,7 kWh (14% of 88 kWh battery left).
So that's 3.97 miles /kWh (15,6 kWh / 100 km for us Canadians), which would translate to a range of 350 miles for the AWD long range.
There are no highway between those 2 cities...
I assume you tried it but can't say anything but if you say you tried it but can't say anything, you will get another 100 questions "ok I understand but just tell...." so that's ok for me :).
Hope you enjoyed your ride ;)
Looks like the same WPTL estimated range already announced
« Mustang Mach-E has a targeted range of 280 miles with the standard battery, or up 370 miles with the extended range battery » (from Ford UK)
Robert Iorio replied to me that there will be no preheating option for fast charging in the Mach-E like the Tesla has (added via software update after a few months of the Model 3 release because charge speed was crazy slow in Canada in the winter). He told that it would not be necessary, that...