Three days after I got my gorgeous MC Red Model X I decided to take it on a road trip from Chicago to Peoria. Supposedly I could make it there in one charge without having to stop, but I was going to stop in Normal to supercharge to be safe. I expected energy consumption to be higher because I didn't break in my tires yet, but on the day that I left I was averaging 500 watts per mile! Immediately I knew something was up so I checked the weather and saw that there was a 50 mph headwind and it was raining D: !!! So I rerouted to charge at the Aurora supercharger which is a little bit out of the way but I had no choice, the trip planner said I would arrive at Normal with -15% charge. After I finished up charging at the Aurora supercharger I continued on to Peoria, the car handled winds very nicely, even autopilot was able to compensate for the crazy winds. I arrived in Peoria with 15% and an average watts per mile of about 500. Peoria has no destination chargers so I found a level 2 charger (with the charge point app) in a parking lot of a grocery store where I plugged in for a good 3-4 hours. I was joking to myself that there weren't any Tesla's here because of the lack of charging infrastructure, but right after I said that an S drive by and the driver must of realized that it was an X and gave me a big thumbs up! I didn't leave it plugged in all night because the charger was a mile from the hotel and I didn't want anyone to steal my adapter. I went to sleep with about 33% charge and woke up with about 25% Which was interesting... I decided that I couldn't make it to the next supercharger so I stopped at another Level two charger for another hour while I got breakfast. I needed to pay $7 to enter that parking lot and when I was paying the security guard he asked what kind of car I had so I gave him a little tour while it charged. Needless to say he was impressed I left with 33% from Peoria and arrived at normal with 13%. I charged to 100% just to be safe and planned to head straight home. Thankfully the weather cooperated with me and I rode a tailwind on the way home. However even with this tailwind I averaged 354 watts per mile. I arrived back home with 30% which was fine but I needed to go out that night so I hit up the local supercharger and charged to 60%. Met a guy in some kind of loud GTR who was asking me about the car. This trip was pretty crazy, i'm pretty sure that 95% of trips will NOT be like this. On the way to Peoria the winds were insane and it was raining/ snowing. The trip on the way back was much more smooth and calm. During the trip the front passenger door was not opening from the outside so the driver had to lean over and pull the handle, It worked when we got the car. I took it in and they just did and update on the car and re calibrated it and now it is working fine. Also, the rear spoiler sometimes squeaked when the winds went crazy, but this is probably only in extreme winds. Overall I think the X performed Xcellent in all the crazy conditions it drove through, I was really impressed how autopilot handled the wind. For all the amazing features this car has to offer the FWD's really show off the technological prowess of this car. If you can afford this car GET IT! You will not be disappointed.