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    330 Wh/mile av. over 20K miles. Isn’t it high?

    Hi guys! I’m a bit suspicious about energy consumption numbers on my 2019 Model 3 SR+. So, here are the readings: Current ride 11 miles 4kWh 372Wh/mile Winter 4188miles 1469kWh 350Wh/mile Total 19842 miles 6572 kWh 331 Wh/mile I’ve read other threads about energy consumption and looks like...
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    2023 Model Y LR Poor Mileage in real world

    I recently picked up my 2023 model y LR and have driven it less than 400 miles (600km) but noticed it has really horrible mileage. Two Instances: I would go 10 miles (16km) in city driving and it would eat up 6% battery making the mileage 166 miles (270km) on full charge. In another instance...
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    Model Y actual energy consumption

    I bought a new Model Y and have been driving it for a few weeks. According to the car, I've consumed about 185 Wh/km over the entire time. However, if I go with the Tesla App's charging stats, it actually works out to 279 Wh/km. If I consider energy as charged rather than as delivered, it's 317...
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    Increased Energy use

    I’ve had my Y for only several months, but I noticed about a week ago that it seems to be suddenly using more power. Comparing the miles added via odometer to the reduction In miles in range, there’s a big disparity. In one recent period I put 92 miles on the odometer but had a range reduction...
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    How much power does your home draw overnight? (Baseline energy use)

    I recently got Powerwalls installed, so now the Tesla app shows me how much power my house is drawing. On a typical day, the house consumes about 18 kWh total (which I believe is below national average). Overnight when everyone’s asleep, the house draws draws 0.4 ~ 0.5kW, so these always-on...
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    Tesla Efficiency Visualization

    Hi there Tesla Motors Club, For my Master's program, I'm researching the perception of efficiency metrics in electric vehicles. I noticed many people have mixed feelings about the Tesla consumption graph. I was inspired by Tesla drivers' frustrations with the consumption metric display so I...
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    Why does my Model 3 use significantly less energy in self-driving mode?

    My Model 3 (dual motor long range AWD, Fall 2018) uses significantly less energy when it is on autopilot than when i drive the same roads at the same speed myself, as gently as possible, and using the single pedal (in standard mode)? On autopilot, which I use only on freeways or well-marked...
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    Easy to understand consumption number is my wish

    I realized what I really want on the interface. Since the range is highly variable based upon driving situation / variables, I choose to display battery in % which I feel is easier to think about. Now I have come to the realization of what I need to go along with it. If instead of ###Wh/mi the...
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    Abnormal consumption Model S P85D

    Hi there! This is my first post here as I’m a happy new owner of a second-hand Model S P85D from 2015. I have been using my Tesla for a month now, and I’m wondering if the energy consumption is « normal ». From the « Trip » screen in the car, I’m consuming on average 250Wh/km. That seems a...
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    Rear view camera - v9.0

    I like to keep the rear view camera always on the top half of my screen when driving. It seems like this is no longer allowed with v9.0. I can’t seem to get anything but the map on the top portion of the screen. Has anyone figured out to have something other than the map on the upper...
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    Air Resistance Indicator

    Hi I have built a webapp for the Tesla dashboard that shows you the energy used at your current speed on wind and air resistance. Enter http://airresistanceindicator.com or Air Resistance Indicator in your Teslas browser to try it out. It will give you some insights into how speed relates to...
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    Vampire Drain Measurements

    While on vacation, I left our December, 2016 build HW2 90D MS connected through the Tesla Mobile Connector to 240V. The car has ~4,800 miles on it. The charge rate was set to 50% at 5 Amps. Energy Savings was ON and Always Connected was checked. Cabin overheat protection was on (D’oh!), but the...
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    My Tesla Home Charging Setup

    The key features shown in the video are: • Quick and easy connect and disconnect • Nothing to roll up or store • No floor or overhead safety hazards • No interference with either of our two cars • Use of the standard Tesla Mobile connector • Charge and energy consumption metering
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    Monitored estimated charge at each stop

    Greetings, Took a 500 mile journey in my 2 mo. old S90D. I monitored my energy use and compared it with the nav system estimates of expected use at each supercharger stop. That is, if the nav system said 20% should be left at Mumble City, I noted it against the actual used when I got there...
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    Another vampire drain measurement on a refresh MS 90D

    My December 2016 MS 90D sat quietly in my garage for two days. Settings: Power Saving: Off Always Connected: On (on home WiFi) Smart Preconditioning: Off Range Mode: Off Over a period of 47 hours, it's estimated range went from 198.4 to 189.2 miles. The car appears to assume that I will be...
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    Route planning and supercharger issue

    I've had my 2013 Model S for 9 months now and have put 15000 miles on her. About 6000 of those miles were during two long road trips with another coming up in late November. What I have learned is that the charge estimator works really really well except in places where the speed limit on the...
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    Wh/mile on your display can be quite different from actual consumption

    P90DL, 3000miles, got the car on June 1st. Displayed Wh/mile is 430ish/mile. Actual is 675wh/mile. 2025kwh has been charged to the car so far. Car is used in Southern California, Did use a lot of A/C.