Ok . . . so I could have sworn up, down and sideways that when the AWD was first announced, the 85D showed a rated range of 295 miles . . . I'm positive of this because I remember thinking that they were getting close to the magical 300 mile barrier. However, now the 85D shows only 265 miles, while the 85 shows 265 (EPA) and 285 at 65mph. Also, this is plainly inconsistent with the official Tesla blog post about the issue which stated "By precisely splitting the delivery of current from the battery to each motor, the Model S 85D actually gains an additional 10 miles of highway driving range compared to its rear motor Model S counterpart."http://www.teslamotors.com/blog/dual-motor-model-s-and-autopilot Putting aside that actual real world mileage will vary, I'm completely confused as to what to believe. Did AWD gain some efficiency and mileage, or not? And why do the numbers keep shifting around?