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Graphical diagram of current power use

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by demersons, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. demersons

    demersons New Member

    Dec 26, 2015
    San Diego
    I for one have taken my 60KW Model S down to " Your car is shutting down" and then subsequently pulling over to the side of the road to where ever your momentum takes you. It was done once for my personnel testing the actual "shut off "point and once for not getting it quite right. And by the way, it really sucks when you have to get towed or run a long extension cord.

    So with all that, I'd like to see a detailed graphic of every power draw in the car. Lights, radio, AC, power shocks, battery fans etc... I'd think this would be great if managing your power is paramount. Now I know there is a energy use icon on the screen. I'm just asking for more detail.

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