First Supercharging Experience in the Model Y - What is a Tesla Super Charger Like?

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Ryan Shaw

6 oy oldin

"Road Tripping" to Anaheim and Supercharging for the first time in my Model Y! We check out what's around the Tesla Supercharger and how long it takes!
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The biggest hurdle for Electric Cars replacing gas cars is the availability of public charging stations. In general, charging your electric car at home will be the easiest option, and make it more convenient than a gas car, but on a long road trip, what are you supposed to do? Tesla has solved this issue by building Superchargers all over the world on the road to popular destinations. These EV chargers allow you to charge your Tesla at very fast rates, making pit stops as low as 15 minutes.
We decided to not plan ahead, and see what Super charging is like on the road when you last minute decide to go there. What is the food like nearby? How fast does it charge? On the Tesla Model Y screen, it shows you what is near the EV charger including internet, food, and more when you select the charger. In our case, we arrived and saw Rubio's right next door (unfortunately closed right now).
We charged up for about 25 minutes gaining over 130 miles of range in that time and relaxing in the car. Overall it was a very easy, seamless experience that went by very fast. Sure, a gas station would take less than 5 minutes, but with the entertainment built into a Tesla, and a little planning, Superchargers are a great equivalent.
This was our first charge with the Model Y on the road, for somewhat of a Model Y road trip, and it was super easy. How do you plan to charge your electric car on the road? Tesla makes it easy, and I hope other manufacturers will follow with similar electric car charger options in the future!

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Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
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Bill J
Bill J 6 oy oldin
Let us know your electricity cost Charging at home. Super off peak 12 AM to 8 AM is the cheapest.
rdcarbo1
rdcarbo1 18 soat oldin
Nothing can beat filling up my car with gas in less than 4 minutes. LOL.
Lav Luv
Lav Luv 20 kun oldin
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Owen Iverson
Owen Iverson 20 kun oldin
I'm guessing the Hooters was a "nah"...
Michael Varney
Michael Varney 3 oy oldin
Wait... $10 to get 128 miles of charge? That is the same as I get for my Prius at 45 mpg at $3.66 per gallon (close enough)
Prem B
Prem B 3 oy oldin
Great Video!
antonio volpe
antonio volpe 3 oy oldin
tesla superchargers are way too expensive and customer service sucks
funkknob
funkknob 3 oy oldin
*picking up some smoke from a family member
Patrick Carroll
Patrick Carroll 4 oy oldin
So it costs $0.08 per mile to drive this Model Y. A 30MPG gasoline car would cost $0.07 per mile if gasoline is $2.00 per gallon. Why so expensive?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 4 oy oldin
Just this particular charger. I’ve come to find out that this is one of the most expensive chargers
Mina Y
Mina Y 5 oy oldin
LMAO that is the supercharger I always go to!👍🏼 if you go into the business looking building there’s a cafe in there and really clean restrooms!
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 5 oy oldin
Oh that's awesome! Haha normally it would be a more fun experience to go eat near by
Deans n LiPo
Deans n LiPo 5 oy oldin
The only reason to park from others cars now is for social distancing. V3 chargers don’t share power.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 5 oy oldin
Yeah, didn’t know that before haha
The Biker Bug
The Biker Bug 5 oy oldin
So 130 miles = $11.00, so if the car got the equivalent of 25 miles per gallon it would be 5 gallons of gas. 5 x 1.49 at the moment would equal $7.45 total. Sounds like Tesla needs to lower their charging cost till the price of gas goes back up. As a person who has 2 CyberTrucks on order I hope I will never have to SuperCharge at that rate.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 5 oy oldin
This was this particular station. It varies. The other day I got from 10-100% at a supercharger for $13
Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo 5 oy oldin
yawn, waiting for solid state race to get proper cars, someone please get solid state batteries, yawn
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 5 oy oldin
You have very fast yawns
M H
M H 6 oy oldin
FYI, you'll never trust autopilot.
M H
M H 6 oy oldin
Welcome to 2014
Marie Nguyen
Marie Nguyen 6 oy oldin
Are you going to add a tesla home charger? Totally recommend that.... plug in when get home from work...easy and car always full. After I installed, I rarely use the super chargers....so will just use when on road trips or longer drives.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yeah, I did a couple weeks ago! I’ll be sure to do a video of it. Super convenient
Marie Nguyen
Marie Nguyen 6 oy oldin
Your car is beautiful btw!
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Thanks!
Marie Nguyen
Marie Nguyen 6 oy oldin
😍. Do u know range you are getting fit the AWD with induction wheels...website says 316 os something like that but heard induction wheels reduces efficiency some. I love autopilot....have used it every time I have driven my model 3 in last 2 years. It is awesome but you do need to pay attention still. Super chargers are the absolute best experience ever! Nothing to do but back up and plug in. Love!
Evan Noynaert
Evan Noynaert 6 oy oldin
I would like to see the process of backing in.
John Reff
John Reff 6 oy oldin
You better charge up fast you only have 30 minutes haha 👍👍👍
Todd Jobson
Todd Jobson 6 oy oldin
Netflix and Charge XD
bd5av8r1
bd5av8r1 6 oy oldin
Model S and X currently offer free supercharging, but the cars are more expensive to purchase.
Sithabelamandlawenkosiwodumoemangalisayo Yebo
Sithabelamandlawenkosiwodumoemangalisayo Yebo 6 oy oldin
In my country you'd burn with that glass over your head.
Sithabelamandlawenkosiwodumoemangalisayo Yebo
Sithabelamandlawenkosiwodumoemangalisayo Yebo 6 oy oldin
@Jim Murphy I understand the things Tesla have done to minimise heat but lots of Model 3 and Model X drivers living in warmer climates have complained about the heat coming through the glass despite all the filters. Some owners have had aftermarket tints installed on that glass which they claim has lessened the heat. The glass looks good but is terrible for hot climates. In my country you can feel the heat from the sun.
Jim Murphy
Jim Murphy 6 oy oldin
The glass is tinted, and in addition has both infrared and UV blocking. You can't get sunburned, and can barely feel any heat from the sun.
thinkabout
thinkabout 6 oy oldin
This is why Tesla doesn't need to advertise 👍
Erik
Erik 6 oy oldin
Does anyone have a Model 3 or Y who can’t charge at home and only at super chargers? Apartment living for example.
Cesar Trujillo
Cesar Trujillo 6 oy oldin
Plug in, pee out, push on. No need to wait. Just stop more often and keep hydrated on trips so you will want to stop to charge for just a few minutes often. It’ll save you time. Just try not to buy a whole meal every time you charge or you won’t be able to fit back in your car.
Cesar Trujillo
Cesar Trujillo 6 oy oldin
You will get used to reassessing the autopilot capability on each update. If you don’t have FSD, you might want to not do any updates if you are in your free trial. Maybe that would let you keep it longer.
truongtu0191
truongtu0191 6 oy oldin
You definitely need a matte screen protector. 😂
THE BOSS 211
THE BOSS 211 6 oy oldin
Oh yeah quick thing on the v3 250 kw chargers they dont group two chargers together so they dont slow down if someone is parked next to you
Gito McDuff
Gito McDuff 6 oy oldin
Your gf face was so priceless when you mentioned hooters being open
Λαθρό
Λαθρό 6 oy oldin
Does it smell like gas around there?
Irish Wristwatch
Irish Wristwatch 6 oy oldin
Superchargers by the Linq in Las Vegas. Fastest ones.
René Pouliot
René Pouliot 6 oy oldin
No isolation in Florida?
Ed T
Ed T 6 oy oldin
Thanks for sharing 👍🏽🙌🏽, are you planning to get tints ?
Mike King
Mike King 6 oy oldin
There was a section of the video missing. He asked his fiance if they could eat at Hooters..... it cuts away..... then he is sitting in his car with no food..... What was the response in the cut away?
scuzzer99
scuzzer99 6 oy oldin
Thanks for the tips about what is nearby while charging!
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
You're welcome!
Rodney~Łamar
Rodney~Łamar 6 oy oldin
Honestly that's about the same as gas because if I put 10 in my gas tank it's going to give me over 100 miles in range so...
MEND New Zealand
MEND New Zealand 6 oy oldin
Smart car..smart fuel..but the US is geriatric still using miles, feet and inches..leftover duo decimal system of ye darke ages... Why is the US so slow to get a decimal system? Modern countries use kilometres, metres, and grams for weight.... Like the shockingly slow, deadly Corona response..the US is way behind the eight ball.
Jay Starr
Jay Starr 6 oy oldin
1:30 Your camera man did a good job capturing your touches on the screen. Good stuff.
Albert Ta
Albert Ta 6 oy oldin
"Rubios, Hooters, the classics" LMFAO
kens97sto171
kens97sto171 6 oy oldin
Tesla certainly makes it a seamless process, I think that's one thing that the DC fast charging options are still needing to work out. Electrify America is talking about doing a VIN number based system. Probably with the future Volkswagen products coming out. However you can activate and electrify America charger from the app and not use your phone or credit card at the actual charger. The cost is something that I still find a bit difficult. When you work out the math that you gave on the Miles added and the total cost. It came out to about $0.07 per mile. My hybrid costs me the less than that for fuel. In fact my total cost per mile is $0.07 including fuel oil changes and tires. And I didn't have to spend 25 minutes to add 137 mi of range. I would say that's my main gripe so far with electric vehicles is that they are not cheap enough to convince me necessarily to switch over. Now if I was driving something expensive like a BMW or a Mercedes which is a much more comparable vehicle to that Tesla then the math is completely different. But I don't and I would not ever pick one of those vehicles either. My only care about a vehicle is how practical it is how reliable it is and what it's total cost of operation is. Electric vehicles are getting closer and closer to a point where they make financial sense. Not in the Tesla world, still way way too expensive. But there are some other options becoming available in the used market now that make the math work a little bit better.
kens97sto171
kens97sto171 6 oy oldin
@Loanword Eggcorn I understand that test loops experiences are somewhat different. They put a lot of miles on the cars There is no doubt. However they are all light duty highway miles. Something any car should be able to do pretty easily. They ARE driving later model Teslas 2016 and newer, And still had these problems. And they are not the only ones. I've seen several UZpost videos of people with under 150,000 miles, and on their second or third battery pack and multiple drive motors. You are correct The model 3 is much simpler than the S and X, whether or not it's better than a bolt EV, I don't know That's a bit subjective and depends on your needs. It is more efficient on the highway, however the bolt is far more efficient in city driving due to better regen control options. I've seen Rideshare drivers getting 320miles in the city.. And they are not anywhere near the same price. You can go on CarGuru and find a brand new 2020 bolt for $23,000 -25k You cannot even buy a $35,000 Model3 without special ordering. It has less rear legroom and headroom, a useless trunk because it's not a hatchback. At least useless for me. Tell me how you're going to replace a brake caliper on a Tesla? Unless you go used on eBay. Tesla will not sell you the part for you to put it on yourself. You can't buy a aftermarket parts at AutoZone etc. That is especially true for anything beyond basic mechanicals like brakes and suspension work... Where even EBAY won't help. I can go to Chevrolet and buy anything for a Chevrolet Bolt EV. Including something as deep as the battery insulation matts that are inside the battery casing. probably my biggest gripe with Tesla is the lack of right to repair, and the control they maintain over the vehicle after the purchase. turning off supercharging capability, turning off self-driving capability. I don't think I want to have the manufacturer controlling what I paid for after the fact. There's no doubt that the Tesla is a fantastic vehicle and technically is superior in many ways. But the Chevrolet Bolt EV and other legacy automaker EVs are built in a way that are far easier to service for your average backyard mechanic. The compromise with that is that they take up a lot of the engine bay without equipment. The positive is if I need to get to an inverter or the DC to DC converter. It's right there under the hood with four bolts and three connectors. And Chevrolet will sell me one to swap it with. or I can find one at a salvage yard, and not worry about Chevrolet turning off DC fast charging after I swap it. Both are great cars... In different ways depending on what you need your car to do.
Loanword Eggcorn
Loanword Eggcorn 6 oy oldin
@kens97sto171 Tesloop's experiences are somewhat unusual in that they drive much more than normal, and they used some early versions of the Model S. Later Teslas are better, due to lessons learned from earlier cars, and Model 3 is much simpler than Model S. Model 3 is a much better car than Bolt, and it's more efficient on the highway. And it's about the same price. EVs are so simple that they typically need no repairs. All of the normal Tesla car parts like brakes, wheels tires are repairable by anyone. They are standard car parts.
kens97sto171
kens97sto171 6 oy oldin
@Loanword Eggcorn I have a place to charge every night myself. The problem is that I spend a lot of time away from my house on long road trips. Which somewhat negates the usefulness of charging at home. I am very well aware of Tesloop. I've watched all of their videos, on their fleet. That's not a very good way to sell The low cost of ownership of a vehicle. The one that I watched more recently was 450,000 miles in 2 years on a 2016 Tesla Model S. Front drive motor was replaced, And they're on their third battery pack, And I believe four door handles replaced. The drive motor was under warranty The battery packs were under warranty The door handles were not.. So they spent $5,000 on door handles alone. Lolz. That's more than I spent by twice on my entire car. Lolz Imagine if they had to pay out pocket for that front drive motor and the three battery packs. ultimately that will be the case as they age. Tesla offered an 8-year unlimited mileage warranty up until 2016. But those days are over I believe it's 150,000 miles now. That doesn't sound like very low cost of ownership to me. I've got 324,000 on my 12 year old Prius. I put 125,000 on that in the last 2 years myself, And it's not highway use only it's a lot of stop and go also and then you add the time in there There are a lot of items that fail over time and age not just miles. My 12-year-old Prius still has all its original door handles, still has all of its original suspension parts, still has all of its original engine and transmission parts. My battery pack is just beginning to fail. I can buy a brand new one from Toyota for $2,500 or less and install it myself. And there are multiple options for repairing the battery pack myself ranging from a few hundred dollars to $1,500 for an entire set of new modules. I'm sorry I don't buy the cost of ownership comparison between a Tesla and a Camry. You can buy a new Camry for $25,000. You can't buy a new Tesla for $25,000. So you need to save enough driving the Tesla to counter the increase cost to purchase. The average buying public drives 15,000 miles a year. They're not going to save enough over the time they are likely to own the vehicle to recoup the increased purchase price. The Nissan leaf is not a good electric vehicle to choose. The older ones in particular are absolute trash. With terrible battery degradation due to no thermal management. Nissan being a dumbass manufacturer still offers no thermal management in their new Nissan leaf which doesn't give me great confidence that when the car's 10 years old it's going to have any kind of a decent lifespan. A used Nissan versa can drive anywhere at high efficiency. I used Nissan leaf has almost no range to go anywhere so it's a city car exclusively. The Nissan versa is a piece of crap also. Because they use terrible Jatco CVT'S. The math just does not really work out that well certainly not as well as electric car fanboys would like to make it seem. The only thing I ask people to do is make sure that they do the math on their particular use case. And make sure the vehicle they purchase fits their needs for practicality comfort etc whatever it is they need out of a vehicle. The problem that I personally face is that I need a vehicle to do basically everything. I need it to be able to take me on a 4,000-mi road trip in a week and a half. I need it to go around in the city very efficiently. And I needed to be able to be worked on and repaired by me. Something a Tesla makes impossible. A Chevrolet Bolt EV is very high on my list, if I ever decide to go with an electric vehicle. It's a little bit smaller than my Prius but still has good interior volume, good power, and it's built by a company I can buy parts for and repair myself.
Loanword Eggcorn
Loanword Eggcorn 6 oy oldin
@kens97sto171 You'd save a lot of money with an EV, but you'd also need to charge every night. So it's probably doable, but you'd need a place to charge. That too is a lot more possible than people tend to think. Apartments will have a lot more EV charging within a few years. Millions more. See the high mileage cars on Tesloop. They're doing huge miles per year and holding up very well. "You will never save enough gasoline and maintenance costs to make the difference between the purchase price of the electric vehicle currently." Not true. A Tesla Standard Range Model 3 will cost less to operate than a mid-level Camry after 5 years of typical operation, in Total Cost of Ownership. A 5 year old used Leaf will cost less to operate than a used Nissan Versa (which the Leaf is based on) immediately.
kens97sto171
kens97sto171 6 oy oldin
@Loanword Eggcorn this kind of is my point. I drive four times the national average. And an electric vehicle still doesn't make much financial sense for me. If that's the case then it makes zero sense for someone who drives even less doesn't it? If you drive 15,000 mi a year. And you drive a fuel efficient vehicle. You are not spending much on gasoline or maintenance. Three oil changes per year maybe. Tires lasting 5 years. $950 worth of gasoline per year. those are all things you can get out of a 10-year-old Toyota Corolla that you bought for $5,000. I hear this all the time in the electric vehicle fanboy areas. oh I'm so happy I don't ever have to buy gas anymore. I spent $50,000 for an electric vehicle so I don't have to buy gasoline???? Somebody isn't very good at math. I totally agree with you in 10 years the math will probably be different. And when it is I'll be all over it, because electric vehicles drive way better than most gas powered cars. But the reality is the finances don't work out currently unless you have a lot of disposable income and are willing to drop $50,000 on a car. Most people aren't, a significant percentage of the population is out there buying $5,000 cars and doing their best to keep them on the road as long as they can. They're currently is no electric vehicle option for those people and quite frankly they are the majority. You talk about charging at apartments in the future There will be charging options. Great and when they exist I'm sure people in apartments will then consider electric vehicles. It's a bit of chicken in the egg. I'm not going to buy an electric vehicle that I can't charge, and nobody wants to install charger someplace when there aren't any electric vehicles to use them. This will all get worked out by the free market ultimately. But as I said a lot of times people are comparing highly expensive euro cars BMW and Mercedes that are unbelievably expensive to maintain and are unreliable pieces of crap for the most part especially when they get older. And then they like to compare how much they're saving when they bought their Tesla Model S. And they probably are correct about that. But try to work those same numbers when you're comparing a Toyota Corolla or a Toyota Camry. You can pick up a really nice brand new Corolla for less than 20 grand. And you can buy a quality used one for a lot less and still have a dependable vehicle. You will never save enough gasoline and maintenance costs to make the difference between the purchase price of the electric vehicle currently. It will get there eventually I have no doubt and when it does it will be like an avalanche. Although I suspect for certain niches gasoline and diesel powered vehicles will be around for a quite a while. Particularly people that tow heavy loads regularly. Unless some new battery technology comes out, you just don't have the range when you're towing. The only thing that I ask people to do is look over all of the math look over the practicalities and make sure that they're making the correct buying decision and not just buying into the hype that it's going to be cheaper. Take a look at some of the early Tesla Model s's even up until 2016. When things go wrong out of warranty they are not cheap. $1000 for a door handle. rims and tires are expensive, The big Center screen on the Model S. That's a common fail item and it's $3,000. If you take it look at some of the Teslas with the big wheels like the P100D. those tires alone for that cost more than my total cost of ownership for my Prius. I've talked to owners about this they're spending $0.08 per mile just for the tires on that car. I spend less than that for everything for my car. My particular gripe with Tesla is the lack of right to repair, and their unwillingness to sell parts. You can take a look at Rich rebuilds UZpost channel to get an idea about some of that, and it's one of the reasons why I would probably never get a Tesla myself. I don't need Tesla's service center to help me repair my own vehicle. with a car like the Chevrolet Bolt EV I can go to Chevrolet and buy a part and I can repair my own vehicle. And while Tesla has a very sleek drive line with the inverter mounted inside the motor housing. can you imagine trying to get that repaired yourself in the future You've got to drop the entire drive line out disassemble it to get to the inverter. And I can promise you inverters do fail eventually. Even in the Toyota Prius they do fail sometimes. One of the things I like about the Chevrolet Bolt is that all the power electronics are under the hood with common nuts and bolts and connectors easily accessible to the average person. If you can turn a wrench on your current vehicle you'll be able to fix your Chevrolet Bolt EV in the future when something goes wrong with it. You talk about the subsidies that go to the oil industry. At least in the United States it's not a significant percentage of total revenue. About $ 16 billion. How about the subsidies that have gone to green energy companies. 90 billion dollars to Solyndra etc. that vanished. At least with oil company subsidies that money is going into an industry that employs millions of people and keeps the lights on. Not pie in the sky future tech that is unproven. You do need a mix of some of that also. But I would prefer to have a government not picking winners and losers. That includes giving subsidies to the oil industry also I would rather them not do that either. Great conversation.. Have a wonderful day.
Ntrakstudio Nick Nobrega
Ntrakstudio Nick Nobrega 6 oy oldin
wow I didn't know they charge that much
Andy Miller
Andy Miller 6 oy oldin
V3 Superchargers do not need to be separated vs V2 Superchargers.
Andy Miller
Andy Miller 6 oy oldin
I’m surprised that the model Y is your first Tesla as you have done so many Tesla videos.
Znakla
Znakla 6 oy oldin
Thats same price per mile as 30MPG gasoline car!!!!!! 10.24/128=0.08$ per mile 3$/30=0.1$ per mile
Chris Mast
Chris Mast 6 oy oldin
Nearly $11 to go over 137 miles? So, charging your electric car cost more than filling up my Acura at the moment? Do charging rates change based on city/state?
Jim Murphy
Jim Murphy 6 oy oldin
Charging at at that Supercharger the rate was $0.32/kwh. The rate varies regionally, and depends on the cost of electricity where the charger is located. In many US states obsolete laws make it illegal for anyone except the local power company to sell electricity, so in those areas Tesla charged by the minute - which they price so that it comes out about at $0.20-0.30 per kWh. But even where I live in expensive coastal California, by off peak home electric rate is only $0.12 per kWh, close to 1/3 the cost of Supercharging. So the vast majority of the miles I drive are on cheap power - and it costs MUCH less than buying gas. More convenient too, since the car charges while I sleep, and is full every morning.
San N
San N 6 oy oldin
You already got the Model Y, Congratulations.
John Leggett
John Leggett 6 oy oldin
So, that is not cheaper than gas. About 50% more than gas if you have a hybrid that gets 41 MPG, and gas at $2.50 a gallon. Not apples to apples, of course, but still... And if you are not in CA, gas is approaching $1.00 a gallon in some places.
Kathee Haigis
Kathee Haigis 6 oy oldin
137miles for 10.00dollars is more expensive than gas right now in avg mpg car right?
Martialman.45
Martialman.45 6 oy oldin
Depends on where you are. Generally electricity is much cheaper, we brew our own so it's free.
John
John 6 oy oldin
Is it always $10 for a 30 minute charge? -Future Tesla Owner here (in 6 years)
Thunder Draws
Thunder Draws 6 oy oldin
no you get charged by the kWh - also different prices depending on location charging at home is usually much cheaper
Ivor
Ivor 6 oy oldin
Have you sanitized your hands immediately after plugging in the charger?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yep
AwakenLife
AwakenLife 6 oy oldin
LOL, the Dude next too ya at the light, was feeling your grove. Can't wait for my Y!!
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Hahaha yeah I saw him! So funny. Excited for you as well
Mike Bamsey
Mike Bamsey 6 oy oldin
I know SCs are more of a convenience thing than an economical one, but kind of a bummer that they can be more expensive than gas - depending on your ICE's efficiency.
Tom Forsythe
Tom Forsythe 6 oy oldin
Look at the number on the chargers. If you see letters with the same number (like 5A and 5B) then those chargers share power and you should try to only have one car per pair for maximum charging speeds.
J 3030
J 3030 6 oy oldin
so no stay-at-home orders in Cali then?
J 3030
J 3030 6 oy oldin
@Ryan Shaw Ah okay, stay safe brother.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
J 3030 they’re there. This was filmed a week ago when it was less strict
Andrew Leavitt
Andrew Leavitt 6 oy oldin
The national average for SuperCharging is about 2.5X the cost of home charging during off peak hours. Best used exclusively for road trips for better battery life and cost benefits.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yeah. Still cheaper than gas in LA, but I’ll be home charging
Ronald Fish
Ronald Fish 6 oy oldin
Cool video thank you very much enjoyed it👍🏻👍🏻⚡️
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Ronald Fish thanks for watching!
Taiji Imamura
Taiji Imamura 6 oy oldin
So did you get take out from Hooters?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Taiji Imamura hahahaha no
Disc Golf Perspectives
Disc Golf Perspectives 6 oy oldin
Hi Ryan, your video was much anticipated by me. Thank you for sharing your first charging experience. Two information are not obvious to me (after reading the comments and your answers): How much was the price per kWh ? How much is the price difference to a V2 charger? Thank you for your answer. Would be interesting to know in comparison to german prices. Both of you please keep healthy. Kind regards from Germany
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Disc Golf Perspectives I’m not entirely sure what the kWh price was, but I believe V2 and V3 are the same price, doesn’t matter that they’re faster
supernpstr
supernpstr 6 oy oldin
Correct me if I am wrong. 10.88$ for 137 miles? How is that cheaper than gasoline? A 2019 Jetta with a 1.4L gasoline engine has 34mpg (EPA estimate www.fueleconomy.gov). So effective cost of gas for 137 miles will be around 8-9$ considering the median price in the US is 2.005 (March 30th 2020 from US Energy Information Administration) I would get a higher mileage from a hybrid engine. I completely believe electric cars is a must and I fully support all efforts to improve electric car market. But I dont seem to quite get the fact that people keep saying charging is cheaper than gasoline cost. I also agree that gasoline prices vary from city to city but so do charging prices (non-supercharger charging stations) . Also I am not claiming that Ryan has said so..
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
supernpstr yeah people keep pointing that out. In LA our gas is still close to $3 per gallon, and it was always end up going back up, so supercharging is still cheaper for us. But home charging is the way that you really save overall on gas
Sensei Shredder
Sensei Shredder 6 oy oldin
What is your Tesla Referral Code Weblink? Can't see it in the youtube description box like people normally have it
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
ts.la/ryan51525
Sensei Shredder
Sensei Shredder 6 oy oldin
Very informative Model Y charger upload
Fred’s Model 3 N
Fred’s Model 3 N 6 oy oldin
As posted already 250kw V3 Chargers will not have the Stall number like 1A 1B like with the others so these V3 are individual for maximum rate of 250kw. Take care and keep up the good vlogs.
Cristian Seja
Cristian Seja 6 oy oldin
Dude super awesome video! You make me want to make my own Tesla UZpost channel! Amazing man! Thanks again!
Michael V. Wall
Michael V. Wall 6 oy oldin
Are you gonna try camping in it for a night?! I want to see what you think regarding camping mode/comfort/battery usage, etc.
H T
H T 6 oy oldin
Does the car feel sporty like good handling, light on its feet, etc?
Kourtney Ross
Kourtney Ross 6 oy oldin
You went to super charger with way TOO much % left in battery (41%) you won't experience fast charging at the high state of charge. Go in with 10% or less and you'll get the benefit of 250kw or so. But I understand you just wanted the experience.
Raymond La
Raymond La 6 oy oldin
Ryan -- your scalp looks a little red in the video. Does the glass roof provide enough UV protection?
David R
David R 6 oy oldin
I have the same question. My biggest concern on getting Model 3 or Y as my next car (which is what I want) is the roof. I love the glass but really wish Tesla had a built in retractable panel (maybe to roll up into the cross beam?) as I frequently don’t want that much sun when driving.
H T
H T 6 oy oldin
I wonder how bad cheap oil hurts EV car sale? You still buy EV if gas is $1.3 a gallon?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
I bet it’s only a small percentage. Gas will always go back up
rich1383yt
rich1383yt 6 oy oldin
Every version 2 SC (not the new 250Kw ver 3) has shared stalls, usually adjacent. They are labeled in the middle below the opening - 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, etc. Try to avoid using the same number as someone else plugged in, as you and they will share the available 150Kw of power, cutting both of your rates almost in half (I’m not sure how the charging algorithm prioritizes the cars).
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yeah I need to figure out how to tell the difference
Petar Kelava
Petar Kelava 6 oy oldin
Thanks
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Thank YOU!
Hossmancodered
Hossmancodered 6 oy oldin
How do you normally charge? How long does that take?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
I normally charge at home overnight. It takes around 12 hours to get from 0% to full charge but I never need to charge that much
BAD
BAD 6 oy oldin
Damn it cost more to charge than my 24 mpg work van. 137 miles only cost me $7. Of course gas is $1.25 right now. Can't wait to get my model y and cybertruck
BAD
BAD 6 oy oldin
@Ryan Shaw zip 42701, Elizabethtown ky. Lowest now $1.19. Crazy
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Where do you live?? Gas at $1.25? 😂
Gogo Mogo
Gogo Mogo 6 oy oldin
3:53 lol
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
😂
Adman 2298
Adman 2298 6 oy oldin
Happy for you Ryan. You will get used to AP soon enough. I have a 3 and got my Y. The AP on the Y is way worse than the 3. It turns late into turns, is very jerky and over corrects so the car freaks out and wants your hand on the wheel right away. I’m sure they will work on it but we need to be patient.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Thanks! And yeah I’m already getting more comfortable at it, but it definitely has room to grow
Leo Samuels
Leo Samuels 6 oy oldin
Did u get Auto pilot?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Autopilot comes standard, so yes haha
James Hoffman
James Hoffman 6 oy oldin
Can’t believe - the Model Y Prophet is a supercharging virgin. The vicarious pleasure of seeing Ryan get his Model Y is all I need to hold me over til I get mine.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Hahah glad to hear it!
Madcap Laughs
Madcap Laughs 6 oy oldin
At today's prices I can drive 137 miles using about 4 gallons at $1.59/gal in my 2005 honda civic and pay about $6.35
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
You’re lucky. That’s about $1.25 cheaper than gas in LA.
dakren12
dakren12 6 oy oldin
Finally got my call from Tesla, but now I dont know If i want to go through with the purchase :( :( Can't even drive it in this stupid shelter-in. How're you managing Ryan?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Well I’m CA I can still drive it. I’ve just been driving up on the mountains with no destination and then heading home, which had been fun!
medokn
medokn 6 oy oldin
1:13 LMAO
Catalin Oancea
Catalin Oancea 6 oy oldin
you show buy some screen protector for that big screen
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Already have it, just need to install
Victor van Dyke
Victor van Dyke 6 oy oldin
Did you ever tell us what you paid, all in for your car?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Not yet, but I will!
Joshua McEwen
Joshua McEwen 6 oy oldin
Did you end up getting FSD, or are you waiting?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
I’m waiting. Used the money to upgrade wheels and paint
skyserf
skyserf 6 oy oldin
2:38 Do they always slow down or is it because of the, you know, the _thing_ ?
skyserf
skyserf 6 oy oldin
Ryan Shaw Thanks
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Everyone does every other to enable the best charging speeds
Andre Beard
Andre Beard 6 oy oldin
Yay!! #NewIntro. Thats pretty easy to charge. If you stay more than 30 minutes, do they charge more?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Well if you needed to I think it would have charged it at a faster rate. Also I’m not sure if the cost goes up.
RW
RW 6 oy oldin
Nothing like your first supercharger experience
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
It was fun!
Anh Nguyen
Anh Nguyen 6 oy oldin
What screen protector did you go with? What other accessories?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Elon Accessories so far!
GlitchBear
GlitchBear 6 oy oldin
I want to ditch my diesel Peugeot 407 with a Tesla but can't afford it yet.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Hopefully at some point!
kilgary
kilgary 6 oy oldin
Might not want to plan for a sit down restaurant during a pandemic. Would be a good idea to make a homemade mask when you are outside the car in public. Need #Masks4All to be a thing to prevent asymptomatic folks for spreading. The sooner everyone covers up, the sooner we can all go back to work.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yeah we weren’t planning to sit anywhere, and we can’t right now at all.
Warren Trout
Warren Trout 6 oy oldin
Touched the public charging cord with your bare hands. I don't do that during normal times.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Sanitized and wiped right after
Sam Jumper
Sam Jumper 6 oy oldin
Ryan, you need to tell people to buy with your referral code. You and the buyer will get 1000 supercharger miles. It took me a full year to talk one friend in to using my code but it finally happened. If I was making videos like you, I would definitely be asking your fans.
aaronchase38
aaronchase38 6 oy oldin
I thought there was a 1000 mile free per year on superchargers?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Not that I know of. It’s always paid unless you have a referral
Vell0cet
Vell0cet 6 oy oldin
I suggest never fully trusting the AP. It’s done weird stuff to me before. It’s like 99% there, but always keep at least 1 hand on the wheel. Protip: instead of jiggling the wheel, you can roll the volume knob up a click and then back down. I find that easier.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Thanks! I’ve definitely noticed that so far. It’s very close
Craig T
Craig T 6 oy oldin
My mom was the first person to charge at that Anaheim Supercharger when it opened. The construction workers started clapping but she had no idea what was happening 😂
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Hahah that’s awesome!
Alan T
Alan T 6 oy oldin
What drone do you shoot with?
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
DJI Mavic Air
Nirav Patel
Nirav Patel 6 oy oldin
You need to get FSD ASAP. without that Tesla is handicap to me.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Nirav Patel haha cool. and yeah he said July 1st. It’s in the plan to get it ASAP!
Nirav Patel
Nirav Patel 6 oy oldin
Ryan Shaw I had Model S 2015 and waiting for Model Y with FSD. FYI Price going to be $8000 soon
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Have you used autopilot without FSD? It’s literally FSD without lane changes. I think most people don’t realize how much the car comes with standard
noproblem386
noproblem386 6 oy oldin
next time more charging data pleaase... arrive at 5-10% and check the charging speed at 20,30,40,50,60,70% and timings between
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
I’ll do my best! Especially once there’s somewhere to drive
KC Roeder
KC Roeder 6 oy oldin
Crazy there the freeway is so empty haha. Mind blowing.
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yeah haha that was a Friday I believe too
Sale_Shark
Sale_Shark 6 oy oldin
30 minutes doesn’t seem a long time to go eat and come back etc Are you penalised if it goes over 🤔 The Missus didn’t look too impressed with your suggestion of Hooters , did you get a take-away 🦉
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
That’s a good question. I believe there are idle fees to allow someone else to charge. Also haha yeah she was in on the joke :) . We ended up going somewhere else for food
Nobel Francisco
Nobel Francisco 6 oy oldin
30 miles? In Houston that’s called a day job
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 6 oy oldin
Yeah that was the joke haha
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