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Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by Patroradio, Mar 5, 2017.
P100D: what's your 90% and 100% range?
My 90% tops out at about 285 or 286 and my 100% is usually 316. It hit 317 once.
AP 1.0 P100D
At delivery 9/2016: 283.96 @ 90% (~41 mi on the odometer)
2/2017: 316.77 @ 100%
3/3017: 283.3 @ 90% (~4800 mi on the odometer)
I will note that my 90% number fluctuates from day to day, and you really have to catch right at the instant it finishes charging because it immediately starts dropping again as the charger cuts off. You need to be there the exact second it finishes to get an accurate number, and even then the number is subject to be different depending on how much amperage you were using to charge the car, temperature, and whatever other random factors affect it. I think the 100% number is more important in any event, but again you need to catch it the exact second it stops charging.
If you set your Tesla app for notifications when it finishes charging, the accurate number will appear on your phone after every charge.
BTW, my just delivered new MS 90D manufactured this month has 264 at 90%. Congratulations to those who have a 100D.
Good tip! Thanks.
2016 P100D 290 90% 321 100%
463km/288mi @ 90%, odo 9200km/5700mi.
516km/320mi @ 100% approx 2500km ago.
What are you guys quoting as on my car it says rated and typical (im in the UK)
I just picked up my used P100D with 9500 miles on it and it had 86% charge at collection Rated said 317 typical said 253 is typical based on previous usage? and Rated a drive like a grandma figure?
Also am i right in thinking if rated was 317 at 86% then at 100% it would be 369 based on 317 divided by 86 times 100? Or does it not work that way
I'm almost exactly the same.
In the US and our range is quoted as "rated" which is based on the US government's EPA test cycle. There is also an "estimated" range and an "ideal" range that we can see. I think most people ignore those numbers as "ideal" isn't achievable and "estimated" fluctuates based on your recent driving. The "rated" number is what all EV makers in the US use to advertise the range on cars here.
Maybe someone in the UK can speak up and explain how the range numbers work over there.
Happy to report that after 11,000 miles and almost 10 months of ownership I haven't seen any battery degradation. I still get around 285 or 286 at 90% and around 317 and sometimes 318 at 100%.
In Belgium, I have, after 4000 kms, a typical range of :
482 km at 100%
434 km at 90%
Typical range seems to be calculated on a 180 Wh/km basis
After recalculation it seems to be a typical 90 Wh/km
Update with ~10,500 on the odometer.
281.38 @90% (283.96 @90% on initial delivery)