I had my new 85D charged to 456km (rated range on the screen) on a supercharger in Shanghai Last night. I drove to Hangzhou today, 95% freeway, AC on, 110-120km/h cruise control on free way, total 222.4km, as shown in the photos below: Charged to 456km last night. View attachment 87686 Summary since last charge: View attachment 87687 For Chinese version 85D, the rated range is still 502km (NEDC), then the rated power consumption per km is: 85kwh/502km = 0.1693wh/km. After the trip, as shown in the above photo, 131km left, so the rated range consumed is 456 – 131 = 334km, converted energy = 334km x 0.1693wh/km = 56.55kwh. This is energy consumed according to the rated range shown on the screen. However, on the summery of the trip, you can see the consumption is only 45.8kwh. The difference is more than 10kwh. This is too much. If 45.8kwh is true energy consumption, then the batter capacity of my car is: 45.8kwh/334km x 502 = 68.84kwh. This is a new car, till now it’s less than 1000km so should be no problem of degradation, is the math wrong? - - - Updated - - - a little mistake in the rated range calculation, the correct should be: 456-131=325km, converted energy = 325km x 0.1693wh/km = 55.02kwh. no big difference.