The new, lower number of rated miles that the P85Ds are showing also negatively impacts the hourly charging rates that Tesla promised and is still promising on Teslamotors.com. And while I understand that the battery is still charging at exactly the same rate as before, I've done more than the average amount of reading here on the forums. I'd like to think I am somewhat better informed on this topic than the "average" customer. My concern is about that average customer. That person may already feel somewhat misled by the original 285 mile "range at 65 MPH" that was shown on the website when he or she ordered the P85D, since it has now turned into a significantly smaller 242 miles that they see on their dashboard. How is that person going to feel when the promised hourly charging rate, which did not have any asterisks beside it, is also lower? Again, no one needs to explain to me that the battery is charging at the same rate as before, or that the P85D is more efficient on the highway, and thus should get better range than the Model P85 that came before it. I understand all that. I'm writing about the potential issue that exists for the fairly uninformed customer. Tesla said, and is still saying (the screen capture I'm attaching was taken this morning) that with dual chargers and a properly installed HPWC the Model P85D will charge at 58 miles per hour. It won't. And moving forward from this, how does Tesla advertise charging rates in the future when the hourly charging rate is going to be different for the different models, based on their rated miles? Sure, they could switch to something like "percentage of full charge" but that's not nearly as understandable as 58 miles per hour. I really think this is an issue for Tesla, both short-term, for people who have purchased and are purchasing the P85D and other D models, and long-term, with respect to how they explain charging to people hitting their website for the first time.