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Example of my drive today - part divided highway and part 2 lane rural

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  1. scottf200

    scottf200 Active Member

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    #1 scottf200, Mar 11, 2016
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    My first road trip. Charged to 90% night before then set timer to charge to 100% before I left.
    Illinois so flat - picked up kid from college for spring break
    ODO - roughly went from 550 miles to 1000 miles (ie. new tires still)
    95% Auto-Pilot
    Tire pressure 44-45 psi

    Model X "Trip" screen:
    Image: http://i.imgur.com/6HoFDz2.png
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    Other charts from: TeslaLog.com - Your hosted Tesla Data Logger - Announcement / Support threads

    Leg 1 - Divided highway - 65 mph - mid/high 30F - 103 Miles 349.2 Wh/mi
    Image: http://i.imgur.com/YdKKDdY.png
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    Leg 2 - Rural two lane road - 60 mph - mid/high 50F - 127.4 Miles 286.5 Wh/mi
    Image: http://i.imgur.com/WCCDXDA.png
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    *** pick up son ***

    Leg 3a - Rural two lane road - 60 mph - mid/high 50F - 41.5Miles 362.1Wh/mi
    Image: http://i.imgur.com/fNmB69C.png
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    Leg 3b - Rural two lane road - 60 mph - mid/high 50F - 67.7Miles 354.1Wh/mi
    Image: http://i.imgur.com/9LBe29B.png
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    Leg 4 - Divided highway - 70 mph - 103.1Miles 471.5Wh/mi
    Image: http://i.imgur.com/El6WpiQ.png
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  2. Xponential

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    Scott, these are great and very helpful in forming an idea of what energy performance to expect. Thanks for posting. Question from a newbie... do you get these graphs from the touchscreen, or do you use a tool/app connected to the car?
     
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    You are very welcome. My first trip. I was excited. First table from Model X trips screen. Other charts from here: TeslaLog.com - Your hosted Tesla Data Logger - Announcement / Support threads
     
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    Scott, you did really well on consumption. I am glad I've got 20s on my incoming MX - anecdotally it seems to be much closer to the Model S. Great data, keep it coming.
     
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    Scott, excellent job ! Thank you

    Isn't there mistake in Leg4 in Wh/m ? Highlight says 471.5Wh/mi but on graph it looks like 371.5Wh/mi. If so, could you correct it please ?
     
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    Interesting that Model X trip screens provide an overlay of mph, SOC and elevation data. How does it get the elevation value at each point?
     
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    Thanks. I think cruise control helped a lot plus I'm a fairly modest (calm) driver in stops/starts/slowdowns/etc probably because of my 5 years of driving a '11 Volt.

    The 471.5 Wh/mile is directly from the overview screen of the tool I'm using. Clearly the graph shows it closer to 350 Wh/mile <grin>.

    I'm not saying this happened and it could have screwed up the stats ... when we got back to our home area I did do a ludicrous "launch" of "0 to speedlimit" on a deadend street as a demonstration to my son. ;) SOC was low so not quite as impressive.

    Image: http://i.imgur.com/EmWX7uZ.png
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