I am curious to know the actual battery capacity. I searched through the forums and I have seen the breakdown analysis with 7104 and 5040 cells, 3100 mAh per cell etc etc. with 85KWh being 86.6KWh. However it seemed more of continuing discussion and didn't see a firm answer. If I have missed it then I would appreciate if someone points me to the thread. Okay. Now lets talk about how I came about asking this question. The puzzler part: I have MS60, 6months old, 11.5K miles. It now charges to 222-223 (100% charge; ideal miles; this is after doing some balancing effort of depleting and range charging). Mileage loss guess: 6-10 miles so 2%-3% of my battery capacity. However after the carcharges to 100%, I do the following math from Energy display: average Wh/mile * (average projected range) to calculate remaining capacity. And I get 59.8KWh. Now the puzzling part: If the battery capacity is 60KWh then I have lost only 0.2KWh which is only 0.3% which sounds too less. (Too good to be true for 11K miles.) Also my loss of range tells me I should be losing say 2%. So why the discrepancy? Answer guess: This all adds up if the actualy capacity is more than 60KWh. Say, 61KWh. In that case, there is a capacity loss of 61-59.8 = 1.2 KWh (~2%) Do you guys see any holes in this argument? And add pointers to actual battery capacity? Thanks in advance.