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Mike K

Member
May 15, 2013
849
833
Los Angeles
Hello ladies and gents. I'm trying to graph some data for the OG long range, rear wheel drive cars and I'm wondering if you might take a brief moment to help me by sharing some data from your car. Here's what I need:

Your range at 80% charge.
Your range at 90% charge.
Your range at 100% charge.
And also did you ever get the bump from 310 miles to 325.

So in my case here's how it would look:

80%: 260 miles
90%: 293 miles
100%: 325 miles
Rated Range increase to 325 miles: Yes.

I'm going to graph this because I'd like to see where the outliers are on the high side and the low side. Keep in mind I'm only looking for this info if you have a long range, rear wheel drive car. Standard range cars and AWD cars wouldn't apply here.
 

KG2V

Member
Mar 9, 2019
203
158
Bayside, NY
80%: unknown, never charge to 80%
90%: 292 miles
100%: 325 miles
Rated Range increase to 325 miles: Yes.
Unsure of Mfg date - delivered late March 2019
 

M3BlueGeorgia

Active Member
Dec 10, 2018
1,394
1,095
Atlanta, GA
Bought July of 2018. 32K miles.
100% charge just above 300 miles.
We never saw the 325 change.

BTW: You need the approximate mileage as well as the build or buy date
 

eCharcoal

Member
Aug 31, 2017
288
297
Chicagoland
Your range at 80% charge. 239 miles
Your range at 90% charge. 268 miles
Your range at 100% charge. 300 miles
And also did you ever get the bump from 310 miles to 325. Yes

June 2018 build.
Last time I charged to 100%, it was summer and I was on V9. It was 325 miles. I just charged to 100% last Friday and it’s now at 300 miles. It’s been cold for the past week. Not sure if it’s the weather. Never really worry about it though. I never expect to squeeze out 325 miles, or even 310 miles in a full charge anyway because I drive like a normal driver in all kind of weather.
 

Az_Rael

Supporting Member
Supporting Member
Jan 26, 2016
5,643
8,827
Palmdale, CA
Last 6 of VIN: 001986
Miles: 37,900

80% charge: unknown, never charge to this rate
90% charge: 281
100% charge 308

Did I get the bump to 325? yes, but lost it a couple of weeks ago after a V10 release.
 

David L

Member
Jun 26, 2016
327
457
San Diego, CA
Last 6 of VIN: 009xxx
Build: March 2018
Miles: 21,200
Firmware: 2019.32.12.2

(Charged to 100% and discharged to <20% within the last 2 weeks.)
80% charge: 246
90% charge: 276
100% charge: Don't have fresh data after the 100% --> <20% cycle

100% when new: 313

Did I get the bump to 325? Yes, but lost it a few months later after a firmware update and a few charges. When it had the bump, 80% charge extrapolated to full was 323 miles.
 

adamtc4

Member
Jul 25, 2017
106
50
Virginia
2018, not sure of the month. vin 21XXX 10k miles
80% - 247
90% - 278
100% - 308

Never saw 325 but was getting 317 before V10 and then drop down about 8-9 miles.
 

Dag

Member
Nov 18, 2013
197
656
San Jose, CA
VIN: 002xxx
Build: Dec 2017
Miles: 32,500
Firmware: 2019.32.12.2

80% charge: 249
90% charge: 280
100% charge: 312 (Sept 2019) - When car was new 315

Did I get the bump to 325? No
 

Eldanon

Member
Jun 7, 2018
22
30
Georgia, USA
You guys are making me jealous =(. May 2018 built RWD.

Your range at 80% charge. - 226
Your range at 90% charge. - 254
Your range at 100% charge. - haven't done in a while
And also did you ever get the bump from 310 miles to 325. - Yes
 

Az_Rael

Supporting Member
Supporting Member
Jan 26, 2016
5,643
8,827
Palmdale, CA
You guys are making me jealous =(. May 2018 built RWD.

Your range at 80% charge. - 226
Your range at 90% charge. - 254
Your range at 100% charge. - haven't done in a while
And also did you ever get the bump from 310 miles to 325. - Yes

Holy smokes, you are only getting 254 at 90% for an LR RWD? That is probably the worst one I have seen. Have you considered reading the CANbus data at all? It would be interesting to see if you have had your voltage capped. More info here: Sudden Loss Of Range With 2019.16.x Software
 

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