A 5412km roadtrip going through Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway using just the Tesla Motors SuperCharger network.
An amazing trip through snow, ice, rain and -22 Celcius. Driven 100% electric and without a single problem.
I’ve written multiple blogposts about my trip:
- Driving to the Arctic with my Tesla Model S!
- Ready for departure to the Arctic
- To Copenhagen and almost in Stockholm
- Last SuperCharger in Sweden, going to Norway
- Fiskevägen and entering Norway
- We passed the Arctic Circle!
- The most Northern SuperCharger on the planet
- From Tromsø to Trondheim
Everybody always talks about how much more EVs start consuming in the cold. To see if this was true I kept a detailed triplog of every leg of the journey.
The sheet is on Google Docs and shows that over 5412km I used 1197kWh of energy. That comes down to 221Wh/km or 22kWh/100km.
That is 10% more then the ‘Typical Range’ (Tesla terminology) the car tells me.