I've been driving my P85 in Austin, TX for Uber for coming up to three months now. I'll be covering my Uber experiences in another thread that I'm preparing, but this post is about the unexpected behaviour I'm seeing with Rated Range under Range Charging. My P85 turned two years old yesterday. When I got it, the Rated Range was 269 miles. The 80% battery warranty level was therefore 215.2 miles. (right?) Over the years, the Rated Range fell slowly to 255 miles by September 2015. Needless to say I was not happy about this, because it was linearly tracking to have 216.4 miles when it turns 8 years old!!! Just enough to not require a new battery (I do not represent that the science of linearly tracking Rated Range is the best theory for projecting 8-yr-range, but it's my only theory right now) However, when I started to drive Uber, I started Range Charging the car every day. (Yes I've been driving the car as soon as reasonably possible after charging completes.) This has not resulted in a precipitous drop in Rated Range... in fact it has gone UP. As of yesterday the Rated Range was 259 miles, climbing 1 by 1 from 255 in September - and this morning it jumped up by 2 miles to 261 miles. Odometer reads 45,425 miles, and v7.0 (2.7.77) is installed. Linearly tracking to have 237 miles by the time the car is 8yrs old. Anyone got any explanations for this? Am I still somehow ruining my battery by so much Range Charging, and don't know it yet? Will it continue rising? I don't recall the Rate Range of the car climbing through the cold months of 2014-2015, I think it has gradually fallen through out the car's life until this recent change. I don't think I should attribute it to charging in colder weather, because frankly, the car is only charged inside the garage of my house (80A HPWC), which is not air-conditioned but is a great deal more moderate than the outside of the house, which during this 3-month period has been like 38F to 99F.