The California Air Resources Board has provided range estimates for the Tesla Model 3 all-wheel drive and performance models. The dual-motor electric-car variants will go 455 miles on a single charge, per CARB.

It’s important to note the CARB ratings are not EPA estimates or real-world figures. Instead, CARB uses its own methodology.

What’s most interesting is the drop in range compared to the rear-wheel-drive Model 3. The Model 3 Long Range sans the dual-motor setup returns 495 miles, per CARB. The EPA has officially rated the Model 3 Long Range variant with a 310-mile range estimate.

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Although the AWD and performance model certificates are now available, CARB still hasn’t published any information on the Model 3 Short Range variant. The most affordable variant has been missing in action since production started as Tesla works to produce pricier vehicles. Thus far, only the Long Range, AWD and performance variants have entered production. Tesla has not set a concrete date for when production of the Model 3 Short Range variant will begin.

[Source: Bozi Tatarevic on Twitter]