True but EPA range isn't determined by horsepower for EVs. The EPA tests highway and city consumption in lab environments but nothing in there says it has to utilize all of the available power. Weight, tires, aerodynamics play a bigger part in those type of tests. A Model 3 Performance has the exact same EPA range as a a standard AWD Model 3 (with the same tire package) even though it has way more horsepower. If you drive the EV6 GT gently, it should have roughly the same range in Eco as in normal.Folks, re the GT… the power consumption depends on the mode: Eco limits the system peak to 288 horsepower, while Normal and Sport lift that to 460. Only GT mode unleashes the full 577 ponies.