This has probably been discussed at length somewhere here, but I searched and can't find it, so please feel free to direct me. What is the charge loss after you fully charge the battery if the car then sits unplugged for a while? For example, what if I arrive at the airport with my 85KwH battery at a 95% charge and leave it in the airport garage for two weeks? (Not connected to a charge station of course) Or even just overnight? What is the loss of charge from a Model S just sitting idle? I know all about the bricking issue (or lack thereof an issue) and found this in a Tesla blog: a Model S battery parked with 50 percent charge would approach full discharge only after about 12 months. Model S batteries also have the ability to protect themselves as they approach very low charge levels by going into a “deep sleep” mode that lowers the loss even further. A Model S will not allow its battery to fall below about 5 percent charge. At that point the car can still sit for many months. But my question is at the other end of the charge spectrum - loss from a full, or nearly full, charge. Thank you!