According to an internal email sent to European service centers this morning, whose details were shared with Drive a Tesla, the new processors require more power than the previous Intel Atom processors, resulting in the slightly lower range estimate.
The processor is not sluggish with up to 10 teraflops of processing power, enough to compete with premium home gaming systems like the PS5.
In addition, the rear-wheel drive (RWD) and Performance Model 3s did not see their intervals adjusted because it had already been taken into account when the estimated intervals were updated last year.
Interestingly, when the Ryzen processors were launched in China, there was no similar range adjustment in that market. Nor have we seen any similar range adjustments in North America.
This may be due to different test standards (EPA vs WLTP vs CLTC).
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