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We drove a Tesla, a Mustang Mach-E and a gas car 1000 miles in a loop to see which was fastest. This was our road trip results!
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  1. it's a good video. Love it! I think it's not applicable in most of the other countries yet as the charging facilities are not well developed. Location and uptime of the charging station are important as well. Would love to drive an electric car if only charging is convenient easily accessible, otherwise still prefer PHEV for the moment.

  2. i really appropriate your work , in term of quality honesty and interning , but as car enthusiast it really bother me to represent cars as just piece of tech for tech reviewers to review

  3. Well done. You succinctly describe the primary variables, range, charging speed, and charging network to give the audience and objective feel for the road trip experience. I own a Tesla model 3 SR+, and your description of the difference between the EPA range and reality aligns with my experience. I'm supposed to get about 250 miles on a full charge but get closer to 220 at best. But the Tesla supercharger network makes that misleading range almost irrelevant. I don't hesitate to take a trip and view charging stops as an opportunity for a break.

  4. My next car will definitely not be electric. In the country I live, chargers (let alone superchargers) are super scarce. So, unless things improve in this aspect – petrol/hybrid.

  5. I assume, that my next company owned car, which is due in about 3 years, will be electric. Our company started handing out Model 3's for a a year or so.

  6. plug on tesla roof solar panel ad wind generator and supply into charging, you got none stop tesla oh not your general shape solar or wind generator, I can't buy tesla in this life time but someday hope I can own cheap electric car then I will custom it for free energy car

  7. Next time, make sure you charge the EVs overnight at the hotel. I know it's not available everywhere, but this is something I would normally look for with accommodations. Cuts off time and cost.

  8. Even if there were as many chargers per km2 in Poland I would still not buy an electric car. To me it's just a toy that I could use to drive in the city I live in or use it for a small one day trip.

  9. A very detailed video of a road trip with all the real world struggles of driving an EV…. If I ever get a chance I would definitely buy a Tesla over any gas car…. Thanks for this beautiful video ….

  10. I think the thing that surprised me the most were how similar in cost the EV charges were to just paying for gas in a regular car! I thought that was supposed to be one of the huge selling points of EV’s was that charging them would be drastically cheaper than refuelling with gas. And sure a $20 difference isn’t nothing, I think I’d just assumed that it’d be a much wider gap.

  11. My next car will be a used one with a petrol engine, because I dont have money for a new car, especially for electric ( those are expensive AF ).

  12. Honestly thought the cost for EVs woulda been significantly lower, roughly a 10% diff, but hey better for environment and way silent(er)

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