Yes to old S and X, slightly yes to Raven S and X though I hear Tesla will ramp up Raven speed. Definitely No to 65mph 310 miles.I hear the M3 Charges faster than the M3 or X. Is that true? Also are the rated miles of 310 for the LR version at 65 mph at 72 F like the MS and X?
True of old S/X with 72A onboard chargers. Recent S/X top out on L2 at the same 48A as the 3.Supercharges faster, generally yes. However, most (if not all?) Model S/X can do faster L2 charging if the station supports more than 48A.
In the past, it was possible that a US Model X or S could have a 72 or 80 amps of on-board charger(s). The choices were 40, 48, 72 and 80 amps. (80 amps was via twin 10 kW OBCs.)However, most (if not all?) Model S/X can do faster L2 charging if the station supports more than 48A.
Model S went up to 80 amps of OBC at one point. But, that went away and 72 amps was the max possible.True of old S/X with 72A onboard chargers.
Yep. And some 3's only have 32 amps of OBC.Recent S/X top out on L2 at the same 48A as the 3.
Yes, of course. This is the case on all Teslas The evidence comes from reading the CAN bus. And also from the rated consumption * rated miles, it gives you the nominal full which includes the buffer.I see you saying this a lot. Do you have any direct evidence/documentation? Legitimately curious.
Just to provide an answer to this:Model S went up to 80 amps of OBC at one point. But, that went away and 72 amps was the max possible.
I know the X had up to 72 amps of OBC at on point, but don't recall if 80 amp was ever a choice on the X.
And now we're just down to 48 amp OBCs at max on new US-market S and X: Onboard Charger...When they came out with the X a few years later, it had the single "small" or "large" charger with the 48/72 options. Then, when they applied that X-looking nose to the S with the mid 2016 facelift, they also switched to that 48/72 single charger thing in the S as well.
Yep, which is why I chuckle a little when people use the reason for overbuilding their charging setups with 100A circuits because they say Tesla cars will have higher and higher power onboard chargers, so it is "future proofing". Nope. Tesla's progression has been downward, from 80A to 72A to 48A. I don't see the trend upward in that.