This should have resulted in 98% of my 90 kWh hour battery or 88.2 kWh.

A few miles down the road I captured a screenshot of the trip and here is what I got:

Doing the math: 88.2 kWh - 3.8 kWh = 84.4 kWh. 84.4/90 / 100 = 93.8%. Close enough since there could be rounding going on under the covers. So the image matches the calculation but it is a small amount of discharge.

Now traveling more to my next stop (91.8 miles) I used an additional 27.7 kWh of energy.

So the math: Started with 98% (88.2 kWh) and removed 27.2 kWh driving to this point. 88.2 - 27.2 = 61 kWh remaining.

By percent of total battery this should be 61 kWh/90 kWh * 100 = 68%. That is not a rounding error. That's about 11% too low.

I am highly suspect that the 61% remaining is the same as the 61kWh that should be left but that could be a coincidence.

So the question is: Did Tesla screw up the Trip display in V10 or do I need to rebalance my car or is something else a foot.

BTW this is my 90% range after charging:

In my cars context it's EPA range was 257 so 257 * .9 = 231. I am now getting 217, a loss of 14 miles or about 6%.

So even taking the 6% off the top I should have 66% remaining by my math.