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Long term eMPG

Discussion in 'Model S' started by JJBOSTON, Jan 9, 2020.

  1. JJBOSTON

    JJBOSTON MS Long Range

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    In my previous (ICE and Hybrid) cars there has always been a way to see long term MPG (or eMPG) vs. trip based or since last charge ... we used it mainly as a bit of an efficiency contest to see how high we could get the number - am I missing where that info is located on the Tesla or is Tesla missing that info?
     
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    Saghost Well-Known Member

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    Tesla doesn’t relate things back to gallons of dead dinosaurs.

    All of the trip odometers carry efficiency in Wh/mile or per km, which you can relate back to gallons if you feel the need.

    They reset mine on delivery unfortunately, but I renamed one trip as “lifetime” and don’t reset it, so I have long term efficiency data.

    On the S and X you can choose the trips as a pane for the left or right side of the cluster and pick which ones you want to show; on all the cars they are available in the menus.
     
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  3. ewoodrick

    ewoodrick Well-Known Member

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    Some folks dedicate one of their odometers to it.

    But it varies so greatly dependent on the time of year.
     
  4. JJBOSTON

    JJBOSTON MS Long Range

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    I ain't looking for gallons necessarily - I'm looking for TOTAL long range driving efficiency statistics.
     
  5. MorrisonHiker

    MorrisonHiker S 100D 2020.48.35.5

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    If you just go to Trips, you should be able to see all of the odometers and there should be one indicating the average Wh/mile, total miles, total kWh used, etc. You can also see stats since last charge, for the current trip and the Trip A and B odometers (which you can rename).

    On my S90D, I was around 290 Wh/mile over 32000 miles. On my S100D, I'm at 314 Wh/mile over 40000 miles.

    Wh/mile is different from eMPG as you'll want to brag about getting the lowest Wh/mile numbers instead of the highest.
     
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