Yes. The only slightly confusing thing is that the increase appears to be only 2% (52.5kWh to 53.5kWh if you look at Model 3 SR+ 2020 -> 2021), and the EPA discharge energy didn’t actually change much at all.Sorry for being a little dense (like the 2170L) and late to the party if this has been discussed before but the range increases for 2021 are likely due to the switch to the 5% more energy dense 2170L cells? 250 + 5% = 262.5 for the SR+? That would mean a SR Y if made with the old cells (2170C?) would have had a 232 mile range? I can see Elon saying 230 is too short. But 244 is higher than the original SR+ range of 240 so that is why we get this limited unicorn of sorts. Perfect for a city/suburban family hauler.
But it does seem likely the Model Y SR uses the new cells. Maybe they’ll start offering the YSR again when they have enough line capacity for 2170L. Does not make much sense to be selling them in Model Y SR when they can be going into Performance Model 3/Y.