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Model X Energy Consumption Rate

Discussion in 'Hong Kong' started by evevevev, Mar 13, 2017.

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  1. evevevev

    evevevev Member

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    My MX is around 330 wh/km ? is it normal ? much higher than my friends MS which is around 200 only. Is it normal ? What is your figure ?
     
  2. zoopido

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    I'm at 300 wh/km 90D with 20" wheels
     
  3. AnubisDenko

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    I am around 220 with 19" wheels and moderate driving. If I drive a lot highway I can get it down to 180.

    But when I had it new I had 300+ as I just enjoyed it too much
     
  4. evevevev

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    O..... 220 only. is it MX or MS ?
     
  5. AnubisDenko

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    Sorry forgot to mention MS 70D.
     
  6. Mikeballball

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    I'm at 248 ludicrous off, range mode

    MX
     
  7. kinho

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    MX 75D, 20" wheels, averaging about 250wh/km. MX is about 12-15% heavier than the MS, hence less efficient.
     
  8. FequalsMA

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    are you doing a lot of elevation change during your drives?
     
  9. smtung

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    average 215wh/km. 20" wheel 90% highway
     
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  10. evevevev

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    i need to drive up hill to arrive the gate and further going up for several floors to arrive my parking slot. but i have a lot of high ways which should offset it. i try to be more gentle on the accelerator and use more regen. see how it goes.
     
  11. mkq786

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    I'm at average 300 wh/km 90D with 20" wheels on my MX which seems high as we drive up/down due to area where we live.

    However yesterday i noticed for a trip from Central to North Point at peak hours (heavy traffic), it went upto 437 wh/km. I am worried what would happen during summer if u are stuck with low battery in traffic and aircon running?

    At 90% i get about 354 typical but rated figure shows about 100 km more.
     
  12. FequalsMA

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    How high was the AC running? Battery drain seems on the high side, even if you were stuck in traffic.
    The only time I ever exceed 300-350wh/ km is when i go uphill very quickly.
    My typical average is well below 300 on model S
     
  13. mkq786

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    No AC at that time. Actually MX consumes more than MS due to heavy weight so definitely higher but that much high??? Long queue with bumber to bumper from Admiralty till causewaybay
     
  14. jerems

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    Funny I talked with a new model x owner at a supercharger.

    She was complaining the range wasn't great. (X75).
    I looked at her dashboard and it showed energy consumption of more than 300w/km.

    My s60 is half that at 150w/km when I drive carefuly and about 200 when drive more agressively...

    Seems the x is not so efficient. A lot less efficient than the 10% drop in range advertised by tesla.
     
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  15. trainor

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    My X, on 22" wheels, with no aircon or heating, gets around 300wh/km in hilly, heavy traffic commutes of about 8km. Depending on exactly how I drive it will be anywhere from 280-330 for the journey.

    For longer distances, like out to Yuen Long and back, I averaged well under 200. I think the best I got was down around 170.
     
  16. FequalsMA

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    One of the advantages of EV's are that unlike ICE, bumper to bumper traffic shouldn't eat into battery usage as much compared to fuel.

    Nice to know it is possible to go a lot lower than 300
     
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  17. flyingbathtub

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    Model X 75D 20" here. Average around 220-250Wh/km
     
  18. mkq786

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    This is what surprised me when i noticed my consumption increased to 400 plus for that short trip. Average i have so far is 250.
     
  19. FequalsMA

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    You mentioned that the AC wasn't on, so that might only really leave the battery management system to be the culprit.
     
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  20. Chong

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    I have a MS. My experience is that once you have lots of fast accelerations or uphills, the average spikes up. People who drive on the island side have much higher averages.
     
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