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P100D Owners; Usable energy data

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by emir-t, Oct 25, 2016.

  1. emir-t

    emir-t Member

    Oct 28, 2013
    Hey guys;

    I believe we still don't know the usable energy the new 100kWh pack has.

    85 packs were 75-76kWh
    90 packs are ~82kWh

    Judging by EPA range increase being disproportionate to 90-100 increase, this really could be a 100kWh pack.

    You don't have to start out from 100%, drive all the way to "Charge Now" and note the used energy. Data like this would be lovely;

    Started with x% SoC, drove x miles, used x kWh, remaining was x% SoC. We could extrapolate. I have a feeling usable energy with the 100kWh is more than 95kWh.

    Sidenote; I don't know the usable energy of 75 packs and software limited 60 either. If 75 has 71-72kWh usable it would make it a much more of a value pack than the old 85 with the difference only being 4-5kWh.
  2. AWDtsla

    AWDtsla Active Member

    Mar 3, 2013
    Without having sat in one, the math comes out to 100, or slightly over 100. An owner will have to report how many Wh/mile the car reports per rated mile. It's ~312Wh/mile for me, which should be close enough. That comes out to 322*.312~=100.5kWh reported as available at 100%.

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