I'm a little confused because it says Daily Average Efficiency.
We know V10 is less efficient overall because Smart Summon leaves more things on while the car is just sitting there (assuming it's not as home or at work). So the vampire drain is higher.
Here is a post about it.
PSA - Turn off Summon Standby if you leave car at airport : teslamotors
V10 isn't necessarily less efficient.
Smart Summon may use more power if you leave it active, but that's not vampire drain. Vampire drain isn't from a function like sentry mode or smart summon.
Has anyone seen a drop in their driving efficiency going down since V10.
I consider vampire drain to be whatever the electronics use while the car is sitting in some location overnight or for a couple days.
Obviously Sentry mode isn't vampire drain as it's a function that you have to turn on. It performs an actual function.
But, I do consider the increase in standby power resulting from Smart Summon "Keep in standby" as part of the vampire drain. It's not apparent to the user that it's even active. It's not doing anything, and it's simply preventing the Autopilot stuff powering down. Sure the purpose of preventing those things from powering down is to enable the summon function to quickly come up. But, the only function it really serves is a cheat so firmware/software/hardware engineers don't have to put a lot of work into getting the autopilot computer to boot quickly. I don't blame them as it can be really difficult to get stuff to boot fast.
For end-users it's important to easily explain things so that's why I said it can increase the vampire drain if this standby mode button is kept on. Or maybe a better way would be to say that it prevents it from going to sleep fully.
In any case if an owner isn't going to use Smart summon then it's probably best to turn off the "standby mode under summon" as it's likely that they'll completely forget about it only to discover it again when it's drained the battery to 20% because they left their car at a friends house for a few days.
Exactly, your chart starts in Feb, and is super low, then goes up as summer progresses, and now is starting to go down again. It would be interesting to see a longer timeframe, like 2 years.You're in Illinois, and it's now October. My guess is that it's the change in weather.
The chart is the aggregate data from all users of Stats. The drop is clearly correlated with the intro of V10. It's supposed to be "driving efficiency" so non driving or vampire drain, or Sentry or SmartSummon shouldn't be a factor. Weather would be the primary culprit, but the severity of the drop seems too extreme for the change from Summer to Fall. I'm showing a little lower efficiency, but I haven't driven enough to really say.