I just saw one of Bjorn's video's today where he showed the SC charging speeds of the 85 battery vs 60 battery. Basically both cars began with about 5 to 6 miles left on the battery and they were both changed to 80%. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S00RG6uqpPo Basically it took 46 mins for the 85 while about 56 mins for the 60. These times mirror to these cases: For 85, 30 mins to charge 137 miles For 85, 46 mins to charge 185 miles For 60, 56 mins to charge 137 miles This results in almost twice the charging time to get the same amount of miles for the 60. I recently ordered a 70D and I think the potential differential in charging time between the 70 and 85 is very important to me (like I may still have a chance to change at this time). So for any new 70D owners, or anyone who has gotten precise data from Tesla, how long does it take the 70D, on a SC, to charge from say 5% (or some low percentage around that) to 70%, 80%, and 90%? For example, if say it takes 52 mins to charge to 80% (for 70D), which would be about 195 miles [244 (supposed actual rated range) x 0.8]; then equiv 85 would charge to 216 (270 x 0.8) in 46 mins. If that's the difference, I think I can deal with it... as it would result in maybe a 15 min longer stay the SC to get about the same range (say to 90%), while for the 60, it basically means staying at SCs twice as long for the same trip. If on the other hand, the 70D actually charges at the same rate as 60 at SC, but just has a bigger battery (basically resulting in the same x2 charging time vs 85, then 70D is a definite no go for me).