Last modified: Mar 2, 2024

Tesla Model 3 Long Range (GEN1) range & consumption

Here you find all details about range and consumption for Tesla Model 3 Long Range (GEN1).

The range will vary depending on several factors. Like how fast you drive, the temperature, wet or dry road, and the equipped equipment. On this page, you will find a diagram and tables with the standard test cycle results like WLTP and EPA and estimated real-world range in different environments.

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Official test cycle results

Below are the officially rated ranges. The tests are performed with the heating/AC turned off. Click on the links in the table for more details about test procedures.

WLTP range basic trim602 km / 374 mi12,46kWh/100km / 5,0 mi/kWh
WLTP range top trim602 km / 374 mi12,46 kWh/100km / 5,0 mi/kWh
EPA range minimum trim536 km / 333 mi14,0 kWh/100km / 4,4 mi/kWh
EPA range top trim507 km / 315 mi14,8 kWh/100km / 4,2 mi/kWh

Official test cycle results with added heating

The table below shows how turning on heating/cooling on a cold/hot day affects the official range.

RangeRange reduction
WLTP range basic trim with 2KW AC448km / 278 mi-25,6%
WLTP range top trim with 2KW AC448 km / 278 mi-25,6%
EPA range basic trim with 2KW AC410 km / 255 mi-23,5%
EPA range top trim with 2KW AC393 km / 244 mi-22,5%

Real world range estimates

The table below shows some estimated real-world examples in perfect condition and in conditions needing A/C to heat or cool vehicles. See our range guide to see how the range is affected in real world.

120kmh/75mph perfect condition429 km / 267 mi17,5 kWh/100km / 3,6 mi/kWh
120kmh/75mph with 2KW heating392 km /244mi19,2 kWh/100km /3,2 mi/kWh

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