Hey all, I have a 2016 model S 70 delivered March 31st. Classic look (literally) just before facelift. Due to the timing it has some features which were intended for the facelift models (center console, new look alloys) - I guess assembly line was in transition at the time. At the same time the 70 battery was depreciated in favour of the 75 and the 60 (which is actually a software limited 75). When new, the rated range in dash was showing 242 miles at 100% charge. I'm approaching 10k miles now and recently did a 100% charge and still getting 242 miles which means no battery degradation. This got me wondering if my Tesla actually got a 75 battery in the assembly line (software limited to 70) - entirely feasible if their stock of 70 packs ran out with no more in production. Any way of checking for sure - any serial numbers I can check etc? Thanks!