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Model X60D vs ModelX75D Performance

Discussion in 'Model X' started by MXWing, May 11, 2017.

  1. MXWing

    MXWing Active Member

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    I recall there being a performance increase between the 60D and 75D but can't look it up anymore with the 60D being offline on Tesla's site.

    Anyone recall what that was and if you get that boost from the capacity upgrade?

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  2. outie

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    You do not get any performance boost going from 60 to 75. The performance is only increased @ 90D/100D.
     
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  3. nikeykid

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    agreed, same performance. that's what made the X60D so attractive while it was still around. literally only the top 15-20% of the battery you didn't have access to, that was the only difference.
     
  4. rainforest

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    That's incorrect. 75D had a slightly higher top speed as well.
     
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  5. zackmilo

    zackmilo No chrome for me!

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    True! I feel like 0-60 is faster than 6 seconds though on my X60D. Maybe Tesla underrated it..\
     
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    I felt there was a minor difference somewhere but I couldn't point it to what. Thought I was crazy.
     
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    That screen "capture" could be different depending on when you took it.
     
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    zackmilo No chrome for me!

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    I like how it says EPA EST. for 60D and EPA for every other trim
     
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    That was when the 60D was first announced in July before official EPA #.
     
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    zackmilo No chrome for me!

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    OK. Thanks! How is your 60D doing? What is your 100%?
     
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    My 100% is 100% ;)

    I have my battery indicator displayed as percentage indicator as I never pay attention to the rated miles which is largely inaccurate in my local drivings anyways.
     
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  13. zackmilo

    zackmilo No chrome for me!

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    Maybe I should start doing that. Just multiply percent by 2 and you have your rated miles.
     
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    my 100% started at 202 miles, and after 10k miles is down to 198.
     
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    zackmilo No chrome for me!

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    Just hit 10k miles. At 199 at 100%.
     
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    Peteybabes redneck drivin' a tesla...

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    can't believe that 60D owners would ever see a decrease, as its simply pulling from a 75D battery pack...
     
  17. zackmilo

    zackmilo No chrome for me!

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    I don't know why. Maybe need to do a stabilization or whatever it's called
     
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    The display changes, the decrease may not be real. My 75D has read anywhere between 231 and 239 at a 100% charge. It's not a consistent trending decrease or increase.

    But in reality the battery would need to significantly degrade to start affecting a 60D.
     

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