Sunday 22 October 2017 we gathered 31 Tesla cars. A new record. The video is being done. Two drones filming, people all over, fantastic feelings from everyone, it was a blast!
A 8 de Maio de 2016 juntámos 22 Teslas para pedirmos um Service Center para Portugal. O Elon Musk disse OK passados 4 dias. Esse dia da abertura do Service Center está a chegar, teremos finalmente um Service Center próprio da Tesla em Portugal. Queremos agradecer e convidá-lo a vir cá para a inauguração e abertura do Service Center. A mesma equipa do vídeo original está a preparar uma nova mensagem e precisamos de juntar o maior número possível de Teslas. Domingo dia 22 de Outubro às 15:30 h precisamos de todos neste ponto de encontro com coordenadas 38.794953, -9.092149 https://goo.gl/CtVEvp
Someone just asked for the pinout of the 1phase to 3phase converter, useful when charging in places where the conventional plug is the only option. So here it is: very simple to do, just follow the pinout taking into account that Brown is L1 phase and Blue is Neutral. On the Schuko side it doesn’t matter provided your charger is OK with it either way. If your charger, like the Tesla UMC, is sensitive to the L1 being in the right place just unplug the schuko and plug it again turning it 180°, easy. The pictures follow next.
@Bordeaux supercharger, talking to a UK couple, the wife tells me:
– During a Tesla meeting in London, some women, several men, I told the European Tesla guy: we loose the husband before the buy, during the buy and after the buy, you should do something to involve the wifes!
I know at least another wife that agrees 100% with this statement, mine 😉 😉
Out: 22 Jully 7:30 h.
Return: 18 August 23:00 h.
Total km: 11027 km.
Average consumption: 182 Wh/km.
Average km per day: 393.8 km/dia.
Max km in one day, on 22 July: 989.7 km.
Km the return day, 18 August: ~744 km.
Km with a full charge running away from wild fires in Mação & Gavião, 18 August: 321 km, at ~100% charge, arrival with 38%.
Consumption for the 321 km: 46.4 kWh.
Total usable battery for this consumption: ~74.8 kW.
Total battery plus buffer: ~78.8 kWh.
Total battery from TM-Spy & SCAN my Tesla: 79.3 kWh.
Last supercharger used, 18 August 11:14 h: Tordesillas, I was told I was the first to charge there, it was connected on the 17, by that time it did not show up yet in the car system.
Orleans, Orleans Sc, Aire de Chateauxvillain Sc – Vale Marnay Orge Sc, Val-de-Meuse SC (16 stalls), Beaune Sc (12 stalls), km driven today: 547 km.
Biarritz – Bayonne Sc – Bordeaux Sc – Brive-la-Gaillarde Sc – Châteauroux Sc – Orléans (Sud), 778 km.
PoD – Aveiras’ PCR – Santarém PCR – Abrantes PCR – Serra Shopping Covilhã – Parador de Salamanca Dc – Tordesillas Sc (still off) – Burgos Sc – Bayonne Sc – Biarritz, 989.7 km. A long leg, a leg alone, done. Thanks EM for the Supercharger network. Spain is almost a pain…
Driving with family can be fun. Driving with family in the Model S can be funnier. Or slower. Specially if your wife stresses on the charge % and every single stop is the time to wait for a battery topped…
Stress? What stress?! No stress when the goal is the magic number 9, followed by a zero and the symbol %: 90%.
History being made today. It seems so far away, when all spoke on the bright future to say “These are the cars for the future today”, and suddenly the future faded away, EVs crushed in pain, it was yesterday, when Volvo had the C30 EV, three hundred of them, Michelin had its own brilliant EV R&D, and for what? For nothing from all of them, hurey!
But today, history is being made today: the first Tesla Model 3 is being assembled in the factory pipeline today. The revolution is on its way.