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Example of my drive two day drive - divided 70 mph highway

Discussion in 'Model X: Battery & Charging' started by scottf200, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. scottf200

    scottf200 Active Member

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    My first road trip was here and was 334 Wh/mi : Example of my drive today - part divided highway and part 2 lane rural

    Example of my drive two day drive - divided 70 mph highway
    • Averaged 337 Wh/mile. As well last leg was pretty heavy rain where it appeared to get about 380 Wh/mile.
    • My second road trip – 728 miles. Charged to 90% night before then set timer to charge to 100% before I left.
    • Illinois/Indiana so flat – visited kid in Lousiville, KY
    • ODO - roughly went from 1100 miles to 1800 miles (ie. new tires still)
    • 95% Auto-Pilot
    • Tire pressure 44-46 psi


    The drive using 95% auto-pilot was with hands on the wheel. It did great overall even in the rain. I took over a couple times in some unusual situations (odd hills with exit on top, construction with strange/sharp angled lines, etc, etc). No big deal as you just know if anything is not "normal" just pay *even* closer attention. Always drove with hands on the wheel and eyes ahead anyway.


    Model X "Trip" screen:

    Image: http://i.imgur.com/9NmSZei.png
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    Day 1 Leg 1 of 3

    08:11 - 10:27 - to Lafayette,IN SChrgr - 141.6Miles 338Wh/mi - ODO 1180

    http://i.imgur.com/6x747b4.png
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    Day 1 Leg 2 of 3

    10:50 - 11:59 - to Indianapolis,IN SChrgr - 68.5Miles 313.8Wh/mi - ODO 1249

    http://i.imgur.com/wu1Ardt.png
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    Day 1 Leg 3 of 3

    13:09 - 15:49 - to Louisville, KY area - 125.4Miles 341.2Wh/mi - ODO 1374

    http://i.imgur.com/BtZtnZV.png
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    Day 2 Leg 1 of 3

    12:01 - 13:53 - Indianapolis,IN SChrgr - 117.8Miles - ODO 1556

    http://i.imgur.com/2UA8HgD.png
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    Day 2 Leg 2 of 3

    14:14 - 15:18 - to Lafayette,IN SChrgr - 68.1Miles - ODO 1624

    http://i.imgur.com/GOm7Ft2.png
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    Day 2 Leg 3 of 3

    15:51 - 18:09 - Home - 143.6Miles - ODO 1767

    http://i.imgur.com/48tyACV.png
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  4. mkjayakumar

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    337 wh/mile is pretty good for an SUV. What is the efficiency that you need to hit to get the official rated range ?
     
  5. pvogel

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    340Wh/mile IIRC.
     
  6. AGM

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    Id like to see the test repeated in warm weather as a comparison. Good data!
     
  7. scottf200

    scottf200 Active Member

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    Sounds good to me. I'll be visiting certainly over the summer.
     
  8. Gzrgmr

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    How did you get those graphs showing speed, wh/mile etc? I would love to be able to track my trips with this type of data.
     
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  10. shokunin

    shokunin P85 & S40

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    The numbers look good, at least with the 20" wheels. Tesla is stating 10-15% energy penalty with the 22" tires, now we need some data with the 22's to compare.
     

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