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Model 3 Wh/km

Discussion in 'Canada' started by McCaesar, Aug 15, 2018.

  1. 03DSG

    03DSG Active Member

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    I’m using ‘Trip B’ for lifetime. Zero it and I lose it. They should really have a ‘Lifetime Use’ screen as well.
     
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  2. Insilin

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    My average is actually worse, I'm at 4700km with an average of 172 Wh/km. It's getting slightly better overall but a lot of times going to work I average 230 wh/km.
     
  3. hingisfan

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    Wow guys those numbers are impressive! I'm 210 lifetime over 130,000km on my S60. Sounds like the 3 is roughly 25% more efficient in the real world. Really makes the supercharging 'speed' much better as well as you regain those kms so much faster than an S, and especially an X.
     
  4. sickbones

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    For people who primarily drive in the City.. what is the real world mileage? Are you getting beyond the 499km rated range?
     
  5. 5_+JqckQttqck

    5_+JqckQttqck Active Member

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    Scroll down in that little pop up screen. It'll have a lifetime section in addition to Trip A and B. Also "Since last charge".
     
  6. trevorc

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    You must have a really good hill to go down on the way home to balance that out!
     
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  7. Darscot

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    There is no lifetime section on my M3.
     
  8. chibi_kurochan

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    I renamed my Trip B into "Lifetime (DO NOT RESET)" hahaha..
     
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  9. 5_+JqckQttqck

    5_+JqckQttqck Active Member

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    You're right! It wouldn't hurt if the Tesla engineers (if you're reading this) to add such a feature. OTA update power!
     
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  10. Blu-Ion

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    3840km 152whr average
     
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  11. Darscot

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    Yeah me too but I didn't think of it for a couple of charges so it's a little behind my odometer.
     
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  12. YusufT

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    How the hell are you guys getting really low Wh/km?

    I have 19” sport wheels;

    Lifetime 157 Wh/km (3500km)
    Recent Niagara Trip 142 Wh/km and I was trying to make the most out of the battery that day.

    Are you guys driving slow or not hitting it hard once in a while? Curious
     
  13. McCaesar

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    I’m getting the advertised range for my regular commute. Did a road trip in July that was super warm and used a lot of AC which lost about 20km I estimate. Made getting to the Grimsby SC too close for comfort.
     
  14. McCaesar

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    On highway, I set cruise to 110 and stick to the middle lane. AutoPilot keeps the revving to a minimum unless I need to get around the idiots doing 80 in the middle lane and fhe morons doing 135 in the left lane. :)
     
  15. Blu-Ion

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    I get around 95% of the range on 19's, I don't do anything special, I'm happy with 152whr overall
     
  16. TOFLYIN

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    5,231 Km total. Average is 140 wh/km. Mostly 401 driving Toronto to Kingston and return. 19" aftermarket rims and tires, though in my opinion the size of the wheels is not a factor in range. Total wheel weight will have some effect, and the type of tire will also have some. Biggest factor is speed. I usually do the speed limit on autopilot and just relax.
     
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  17. chibi_kurochan

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    #37 chibi_kurochan, Aug 16, 2018
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    I’m pretty happy with the consumption.

    And it can be really low when I’m somewhat hypermiling
     

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  18. McCaesar

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    Nice!
     
  19. Birdman325

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    I don’t think I could do an entire road trip at 110 km/h. Not saying I super speed but I usually set the cruise around 126 - 128 km/h and even then I am barely keeping up with traffic. Of course, once I get my 3 and I see the impact that speed has on range, I may be singing a different tune.
     
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  20. chibi_kurochan

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    This is probably the best estimate/impact of speed vs range:

    Range vs Speed vs Temperature from 805 Teslas – About A Better Routeplanner
     
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