Bjorn Nyland and his friend Morgan Torvolt have set a new world record for the longest distance traveled on one single charge is a Tesla Model S.
Bjorn used a Tesla Model S P85D and managed to get a distance of 452.8 miles or 728.7km out of a single charge, have a look at the video below.
It took 18 hours and 40 minutes to travel the 452.8 miles and Bjorn drove the model S at an average speed of just 24.2 miles per hour.
The Tesla Model S P85D comes with an 85-kWh battery pack which is the largest that Tesla offers on their model S at the moment.
The previous world record for the longest distance traveled in the Model S with an 85-kWh battery pack was set back in 2013 by David and Adam Metcalf, the distance they managed was 423.5 miles.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Auto News, Top News