Hello, recent owner of a P100D, I have some questions about battery that I'd like to submit and validate by you. I have read that the 100D has a "real" battery capacity of 102,4 kWh. But, from what I have read and understood, 4 kWh are reserved for the car electronic to avoid bricking. => 102,4 - 4,0 = 98,4 kWh are available for driving. I have also read somewhere that some tesla sellers tells customers that there is a reserve of 30 km @70kmh below the calculated zero range, i.e. 4 kWh => 98,4 - 4,0 = 94,4 kWh Can someone please confirm that the "real life" capacity (above zero range) is thus 94,4 kWh, and that these 94,4 kWh are use to calculate range ? I got my inventory P100D last week (with 3300 kms) and I have a 100% typical calculated range of 482 kms. I'd like to calculate the range loss in % due to battery degradation. if i look in the car, i got - Range based on last 10 km (241 Wh/km) is 102 km => 24,4 kWh remains in the pack - Range based on last 25 km (198 Wh/km) is 124 km => 24,6 kWh - Range based on last 50 km (241 Wh/km) is 97 km => 24,6 kWh My calculated typical range is 129 km, so I conclude that the typical range is calculated on 190 Wh/km basis (24500 Wh / 129 km) I have today (without eco mode) a typical range of 482 km. Considering typical basis of 190 Wh/km, battery capacity is 482 x 0,19 kWh = 91,58 kWh, which is 97% of theoretical 94,4 kWh and a lost of 3%. But if I'm wrong in my reflexion and that the battery capacity is 98,4 kWh, then I have a lost of 7% which seems huge. Can someone tell me if I'm right or wrong?