Hi everyone - took delivery of my new Model x 90 D last friday. Love the drive. But I am a little concerned about the "charging range". I live in the wonderful country of Canada just to the north of our amazing friends in the great country of the United States of America. ( you guys are awesome!) Luv you all, please come visit ! So I am quoting you in kilometres but its basically 62% of a mile. 1 kilometre = approximately 0.62 of a mile. So I get my new Telsa X 90 D last friday - I'm fully charged and the computer says I have 532 km of range (330.5 miles). I drive around a bunch and after driving 136 actual kilometers (84.5 miles) - my estimated range has now dropped from 532km (330.5 miles) to 185km (115 miles). At this point I really don't want to risk a 100km (62 mile) trip so I plug in for a charge. But think about those numbers; I got an (full charged) Tesla estimated 532km (330 mile) of range then after driving around (subtract) new estimate of range left was 185km (115 miles). So 347 km (215 miles) of estimated range spent actually equated to ONLY 136km (84.5 miles) of distance driven. So I ended up driving an actual distance of 136km (84.5 miles) on the tesla estimated 347km (215 mile) distance. So is the actual driving range of a Model x 90 D ONLY 39% as good as what of what was estimated in terms of actual driving range. Is this normal or ??? to experience 39% of what was quoted? Seems very strange to get only 39% of what you were promised in terms of range. Can anyone help me with this? Do I have a lemon - or is this normal ????