January 14 news, according tomedia reports, electric car manufacturer Tesla will start production this year last March launched the cross-border sport utility model Y, which is the Performance high-performance version, has now been CARB certification, the actual range, May be higher than the previously announced 450 km.
Based on the date of the disclosure, the Tesla Model Y high-performance version was certified by CARB (California Air Resources Board, California Air Resources Board, CARB) on December 19 last year.
Under the rules, a new passenger car needs to be certified by several U.S. agencies, including the California Air Resources Board, before it can be delivered to consumers in the U.S.
Being certified by the California Air Resources Board also suggests, to some extent, that the electric car is about to start delivering, but the timing of the certification until it finally begins delivery is uncertain, and Tesla has had the experience of delivering electric vehicles less than a month after being certified by the California Air Resources Board.
Although Model Y has not yet started mass production and the final delivery time is uncertain, being certified by the California Air Resources Board means a step closer to delivering to consumers, and the high-performance version is expected to be the first version of Model Y to start delivering.
In addition, the California Air Resources Board’s certification documents show that the Model Y Performance high-performance version of urban dynamometer cycle schedule, UDDS’ range is 441.91 miles, or nearly 711.19 kilometers.
The range of range under the UDDS is much higher than that disclosed by Tesla, where the Model Y Performance high-performance version has a full range of 280 miles (about 450.62 kilometers) after a full charge.
Of course, the range of range under UDDS does not necessarily represent the range of the Model Y Performance high-performance version in the real environment, tire size, driving environment, body size caused by air performance, etc. will affect the range of electric vehicles. Last year’s Model 3, which produced more than 300,000 vehicles in production and deliveries, also had a much higher range of range than Tesla’s reported range, and, as a precaution, Tesla’s announced range would be preserved to avoid unnecessary trouble such as consumer suing for false propaganda.