New EPA Range/Efficiency Ratings For 2021 Tesla Model Y

The new Long Range AWD and Performance versions are supposed to get a few percent more range.

The new range numbers of the Tesla Model Y appeared on the EPA’s official website without changes. Let’s take a look at the efficiency ratings then.

The new Tesla’s are considered 2021 model year.

2021 Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD

The Long Range AWD version should be able to achieve 326 miles (525 km) of range – up 10 miles (16 km) or 3.2%.

The energy consumption is now lowered by 3.3% to 125 MPGe – 270 Wh/mi (168 Wh/km).

2021 Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD (19″) EPA rating:

  • combined: 125 MPGe – 270 Wh/mi (168 Wh/km)
  • city: 131 MPGe – 257 Wh/mi (160 Wh/km)
  • highway: 117 MPGe – 288 Wh/mi (179 Wh/km)

2021 Tesla Model Y Performance AWD

The Performance version (with 21″ wheels) should be able to achieve 303 miles (488 km) of range – up 12 miles (19 km) or 4.1%.

The energy consumption is 111 MPGe – 304 Wh/mi (189 Wh/km), same as before.

2021 Tesla Model Y Performance AWD (21″) EPA rating:

  • combined: 111 MPGe – 304 Wh/mi (189 Wh/km)
  • city: 115 MPGe – 293 Wh/mi (182 Wh/km)
  • highway: 106 MPGe – 318 Wh/mi (198 Wh/km)

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