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Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by GeekGirls, Jan 30, 2013.
P85D, 19" Wheels
Trip A = Lifetime (since 12/23/2014)
Trip B = Round trip from Los Angeles -> Sedona
August mileage. Plus 5 days in Sept.
August and lifetime. August includes an EV parade where my windows and trunk were open while we rode around, plus Tesla working on the car and battery and draining it.
Here are my august numbers
I believe Jerry33 and sparrow
and I are top 3 most efficient
drivers .It is a fun game
to see how far we can go
with little energy usage
8,371 Total kWh
MS 85, delivered April 2013, with "A" battery pack.
And OBTW, my original Goodyear Eagle tires are on track to get somewhere around 40K miles or a little more.
From last week:
P85D; 19" wheels
A is since 31 DEC 2014 (lifetime, including the days when torque sleep wasn't implemented yet)
B is since rotating summer tires in June
Range mode ON; Insane mode ON
And you put the snow tires back on in September?
LOL, no. I rotated the summer tires in June, after first putting them on at the end of March. :biggrin:
I have been quit impressed how my S85 has become more efficient over time and also how I have become more efficient over time. Since last charge was a trip across Montana with 45 degree F temps. MY trip A is since my last tire rotation. Trip B is my grand total which is slowly coming down since my car is running in the low 300's and High 200's now with more moderate temperatures. BTW, has anyone else saved the name of their car in the Driver's profile, so it can actually be seen? I named my car Inspiration. I'd much rather see my car name rather than my first name. I have 2 Driver's profile settings saved, the second one I named it Inspiration plus a blank space, so I can still read Inspiration and have a normal and a sport driver's profile.
Lifetime (since Jan 2015):
I agree with the efficiency improvement over time... love OTA updates!
I'm still in the 400s
Too many launches? Range mode on?
another good month!
I don't launch that often really, but it's probably because of my short commute. I live 2.5mi from work and without launching I average around 460 wh/mi on my commute.
I did much better in September, likely because of cooler air.