Tesla has just updated its U.S. website with new EPA range ratings of the Model

Y, Model S and Model X. The Model 3 (and the newly launched Cybertruck) remain unchanged.

The bad news is that the EPA Combined range ratings are reduced (with one exception) by 7-37 miles, depending on the version.

The good news is that the change is primarily associated with the EPA's new testing method (announced in 2022 for 2024 model-year vehicles and later and optional for 2023 model-year vehicles),

which means that the real-world range should basically be the same (aside from some small updates applied to the newer cars).

Get Fully Charged EPA range ratings The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s energy consumption and range ratings are obligatory for all cars sold in the U.S. They are usually performed by the manufacturers (in line with the actual regulations) or in some cases also by the EPA.