It’s turning into a trend – and a nice one at that.
Yesterday morning with 14″ of freshies on the mountain for the last day of the 2016 XGames
my first ride was DJ Snake.
Pow during the day…
and Belly up at night…
— AVH84 (@Aimeevera84) February 1, 2016
and this morning…. more of the same…
That meant some of our flights out of Aspen Airport were grounded. That meant two round trips to the Eagle/Vail airport yesterday.
The first trip was fine with the charge on the batteries but the second round trip needed a recharge. Fortunately for the Tesla there is a supercharger in Glenwood Springs (40 miles from Aspen) which makes this type of range in the winter possible. The supercharger can cycle up to 95 amps which means recharging the batteries at over 230 miles in an hour. Translation- recharge in 50 minutes which is perfect for a snack at one of the restaurants on Market Street.
So yes, Tesla does do winter even if it means driving a little slower and stopping for snacks.
Climate-CAB your Tesla Taxi in Aspen.