Tesla Model 3 gets higher 134 MPGe efficiency with new battery pack, Hyundai Ioniq still king

Date: Mar 28, 2019

Tesla Model 3 with the new Standard Range Plus battery pack is pushing the efficiency of the vehicle to a new high of 134 MPGe — making it one of the most efficient vehicles ever, but the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is still king when it comes to efficiency.

We’ve been following how Tesla has progressed in terms of efficiency with the different versions of the Model 3 released over the last 2 years.

Tesla’s Long Range RWD Model 3 got an official EPA rating of 126 MPGe and it later improved to 130 MPGe.

Despite the lighter battery pack, the Model 3 Mid-Range, which has now been discontinued, got a lower 123 MPGe.

Now, the new Tesla Model 3 ‘Standard Range Plus’ apparently got its EPA rating and it did push the Model 3’s efficiency to new highs: 134 MPGe.

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