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Tesla asked to pay ~$6,000 to Model S P85D owners in Norway for misleading power output

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    Last year, we reported that Norway’s Consumer Council was now acting as a mediator between Tesla and over 150 Model S P85D owners in the country because of issues over how Tesla was advertising the power rating of the vehicle or its motors.

    Tesla says that the Consumer Council agreed with the automaker, but the complaint has since been moved to the Consumer Disputes Commission, which recently released its verdict in favor of the Model S owners. more…

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    As any engineer will tell you, the rating on any electric motor is the motor's full load rating at rated voltage. If they are arguing that the car does not produce what the motor is rated at, then the car's rating is also its full load rating at nominal voltage.

    Does your sump pump suddenly become smaller because your utility suffers a brown out?

    Solution: Stop selling Teslas in Norway.
     

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