I drive a lot for work. The furthest store I visit once a week is 90 miles but most are 50-75 miles from my house. Highway driving comprises about 90% of my trip at a speed of 85-90mph being honest. I've been doing these drives for years and years and thus my main reason for buying a Tesla is for autopilot because I feel drained by the time I get to work. Ordered a Model X 75D a few days ago because I can't rationally justify spending $10k more for 20 more miles of range with the 90D. The rated range is 237 miles for a 75d and I want to be sure that I can go 180 miles round trip with out stopping for a charge. How accurate is the EPA estimate of 237? Does anybody have real world experience of driving 100+ miles a day during the work week? Will I lose significant range over time/miles? I average 25k miles a year. I live in Florida where temps get to 100F in summer and my A/C is usually set at 72, terrain is mostly flat. Thank you for your responses in advance Cliff Notes: 180 miles round trip to work ordered 75d with range of 237 Can I make that trip without charging? Will Range loss after driving 25k a year affect me 4-5 years down the road?