These three numbers are still outstanding information, although since we know the range the consumption rate and battery size are related. I'm still unsure of the Wh/mile for either Model 3 battery size and I suppose we will have to wait for the Monroney sticker to be sure of the values, but in the meantime please share all reasonable calculations based on Tesla information. Not guesses, please. Tesla reports in the specs that home charging for one hour at 32 A on a 240V line (7680 Wh) is good for 30 miles -- presumably EPA. That works out to 256 Wh/mile from the wall. If charging losses are 12% then EPA combined consumption on the road is 225 Wh per mile. The larger battery pack works out to 259 Wh/mile from the wall.