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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    Thanks. Could be. I’ll ask Tesla.
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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    Unfortunately I didn’t. And it’s just doing the same math everyone can do. I also unfortunately didn’t write down the range or made a screen print at the first day I got the car. But I’m very certain it said 310 or I would have said something to Tesla right there. I’m a numbers guy and always...
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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    To calculate the battery size I don’t think it matters. With both pairs I get to 64KWh. To look at the range I have I look at the projected range to see how far I really will get. Now in winter it’s way shorter due to the cold weather in the Midwest. The rated range should always say something...
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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    Before 2020.4.1 it said 268 miles. After 2020.4.1 it’s around 280. So I gained something but not back to 325 where it should be (or slightly below this due to battery degradation)
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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    The car info says Long Range and I asked Tesla already a few times to make sure they didn’t accidentally change it to a MidRange via software. They insist that it’s a LongRange and not artificially limited to a MidRange. 64KWh would be a MidRange. I had the same thought.
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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    I didn’t use the power used by the car but the power charged over night. And my smart power meter in the house showed the same amount. So it was able to charge only 63KWh from 2% to 98.5%. I would expect something around 74KWh for a LR RWD. Something is off but I don’t know what.
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    2018 Model 3 LR RWD with only 64KWh battery?

    I have a 2018 Model 3 LR RWD. It gets only around 270 miles when I charge it up to 100%. When I take the listed effective range in the Energy graph, multiply it with the Wh/mi value and then divide it by the charge percent of the battery I always get to a battery of 64KWh. Last night I charged...

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