Unique Tesla with a gasoline engine drove almost 3,000 km without recharging (video)

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Unique Tesla with a gasoline engine drove almost 3,000 km without recharging (video)

The Tesla Model S electric car was equipped with a gasoline motor-generator that generates electricity. This made it possible not to connect the car to the mains for recharging.

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A very non-standard Tesla Model S appeared in the USA. The electric car was equipped with a gasoline engine. The original project was brought to life specifically for the Warped Perception Youtube channel, and it was there that the video from the car appeared.

Bloggers set themselves the goal of driving a Tesla Model S 2,500 km without recharging. To do this, the electric car had to be modified.

When viewed from the front, it is a regular Tesla Model S electric car, but the rear of the car has been changed. The rear window was removed and a small single-cylinder 400cc gasoline engine was installed in the trunk. see

The engine develops only 13 hp. With. and this power is clearly not enough to set the Tesla Model S in motion. However, it does not rotate the wheels, but acts as a generator – it generates electricity and charges the battery of an electric car. In fact, the electric car was turned into a hybrid.

Bloggers went on a motor rally in a modified Tesla and were able to drive 2,900 km – more than they had originally planned. For a week, the motor-generator was practically not turned off – it worked constantly, even when the car was left overnight in the parking lot. The only drawback was the too loud engine noise – the standard muffler turned out to be ineffective.

By the way, this is not the first Tesla hybrid. Previously, the Model Y crossover was redone in a similar way.