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2021 Model X, Monroney Sticker Range Increase

I just took delivery of a 2021 Model X, vin 308XXX, and I was surprised to see that the EPA Monroney Sticker lists the range at 371 miles. EPA does not have the 2021 Model X listed on fueleconomy.gov. My car is equipped with the new version H battery. I wonder if the 371 mile rating is due to a chemistry change in the 18650's cells from Japan. I haven't charged to 100%, but when I extrapolate my current state of charge % to miles, it should give 351 miles at 100%. I'm hoping that a future software update will unlock additional range. I plan to post my thoughts on moving from a 2017 X100D to the 2021 X Long Range Plus in a week or two after I have had some more time with the car. Below is the Monroney Sticker comparing my two vehicles.
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This is great to hear @ColdWeatherEV
I'm on the verge of ordering a LR+ by the end of this and your info is very helpful that the vin is 2021.
I read that panasonic update their battery with a 5% range increase so it may explain the 371 miles range. I'm sure we will hear that officially soon when tesla update its website.
Please keep us update with your experience.
 
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Have you noticed any other differences? Small changes like styling, etc?
Lots of changes as compared to my 2017 X100, but this is the first time I've been in a Raven X, so I don't know if there is anything new as compared to previous Raven X's. I'll post more later after I have had more time driving the car.
 

Tiger

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This is probably just analogous to the 402 mle Model S EPA update. Assuming battery is the same, you get from above stickers (annual fuel cost), $750/€600=1.25 indicating just efficiency improvements and multiplying this by the original range of 295 you get approximately the new EPA 371 mi. So yeah, nothing to unlock.
 
I haven't charged to 100%, but when I extrapolate my current state of charge % to miles, it should give 351 miles at 100%.
I would expect it to charge to whatever the current EPA estimate published (i.e. 351).
So, we are probably waiting on a software release and an announcement from Tesla re higher efficiency Model X.

Pretty cool, congrats on your upgraded ride!
 
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MorrisonHiker

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Does yours have a pedestrian warning speaker at low speeds?
I believe 100% of newly manufactured EVs must include the pedestrian warning speaker as of the end of September 2020. We heard a Model X with the pedestrian warning speaker last week at the Tesla Superior (Colorado) location. It was a 2020 vehicle, obviously as the 2021s haven't been delivered yet.
 

MP3Mike

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I believe 100% of newly manufactured EVs must include the pedestrian warning speaker as of the end of September 2020. We heard a Model X with the pedestrian warning speaker last week at the Tesla Superior (Colorado) location. It was a 2020 vehicle, obviously as the 2021s haven't been delivered yet.

I thought that the rule was delayed another 6 months.
 

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