Has anybody every heard of anything like this? I just picked up my month old Model S 60 from two weeks of pretty significant service (MCU replaced twice, new wiring harness, new WiFi antenna), and now the car thinks it is a 70. I am not sure that it actually is putting out that much (although I suppose that it could, the 60 kWh limit is software imposed, so there is no obvious reason why that limit couldn't somehow be set to 70...), but it does appear to be calculating based on a higher rated range. I did not notice this at the Service Center, but only when I plugged it in at home and saw the "70" on the dash screen. I plan to charge it to 90% and check the rated range at that SOC in the morning, and send in a bug report. It is running 2.52.36. I have attached a screen shot of the "About Your Tesla" page to demonstrate... Anybody heard of this? On a separate note, I have an HW2 car, and don't live in CA, does anyone have a clear idea of what AP features should work? I see evidence of speed limit detection, and the side sensors are working. I was unable to engage TACC or Autosteer on my way home, and got no messages about calibration. I have read all the threads I can find on this, and can't seem to get a clear sense of who should have what... Thanks!