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The United States and Japan both conduct their fuel-economy tests in a laboratory setting, using a device called a dynamometer in which the car’s wheels rest on large rollers that can simulate driving uphill or other road conditions.
Straubel says Tesla is aggressively testing Powertrain 1.5 on the dynameter dynamometer and on the road.
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Origin and Etymology of dynamometer
French dynamomètre, from Greek dynamis power + French -mètre -meter
First Known Use: 1810See Words from the same year
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