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Discussion in 'Model S' started by scaesare, Jul 28, 2017.
Just joined today, 50 months in:
Congrats! At my current rate it'll take me closer to six years, but we'll see! 16,400 miles even today. Trip to Maine week after next will push us closer to 18k.
Bought the CPO at 35k 2 months ago. At 41k now. I'll be joining in a little less than 3 years...
At my rate, I should be there in the year 2030. OR, I will be dead OR the X will be dead.
Wow, awesome. Now the question is how much battery degradation over the first 100k? How does your 90% today compare to your 90% when you got the car?
Unfortunately I had a pack failure several months ago.
I originally had a B pack, and was getting About 227 @ 90%, but rarelt charged to 100% or let it get too low. So there may have been a little calibration error. This was as of about 94K miles.
My replacement D pack is getting ~231 @ 90%
I'm a quarter of the way there in my '16 Model S.
Will take me 8 years in my X. Entering no warranty zone.
What were the signs of a pack failure? I'm at 104k and barely get 220 @ 90
I started losing pack range at a rapid pace... several miles a week over the course of several weeks until the pack no longer would accept a charge.
I posted along the way beginning HERE
I joined the "club" June 4. Pulled over to take the picture. Yes, still on a v7 variant.
Still on the original battery. 121 miles @ 90%, quite consistent for some time now. Let's see how it holds out through 200k - and beyond!
Congrats @Brass Guy
I'll never see the light of day for 100K in this vehicle, maybe once the pickup truck comes out it'll be a different story.
I assume the 121 miles is a typo?
Oops, yes it is. 221 miles. I usually charge to 80%, around 197 miles.
May be a silly question, but how do I update my graphic on the center of the dash to look like that?
That's the pre autopilot model S dash
We're old skool, son!
Not a silly question at all. There are quite a few of us who wish we could upgrade to have the classic speedometer back on the dash when the car is being driven manually. Older Model S vehicles without Autopilot hardware still have that display, but it was no longer an option on AP-equipped cars starting with the 7.0 firmware release.
Great to know, have always wondered, but never asked. Thanks all!