By Jon LeSage The Chevy Bolt beat the Tesla Model S 75D and its own U.S Environmental Protection Agency rating in driving range.
Consumer Reports took a Chevy Bolt and a Tesla Model S out on the highway for test drives. The Bolt won with 250 miles of range versus 235 miles for the Model S 75D; and it takes kudos foreign the longest-range EV ever tested by the magazine’s research staff.
The Bolt went 12 miles further than the 238 miles range rating by EPA.
Drivers took the all-electric cars down roads around 65 mph, with some mixed driving tactics included. The air conditioning and
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