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Discussion in 'The UK and Ireland' started by IanB, Nov 2, 2019.
i’m just wondering what you guys are getting miles per kWh?
Huge variance from 1xx to 4xx. TeslaFi reports our 1350 mile average since end Sep as being 287 Wh/Mile. So 77% efficiency. But that should get much better as we continue to learn more secrets to getting better efficiency.
Tesla Model S 100D (13.12.2017) EAP, FSD, AP2.5
Winter 2017/2018 average = 23.4 kWh / 100 km (2'207 km) = 375 Wh / Mile
Summer 2018 average = 17.2 kWh / 100 km (10'331 km) = 276 Wh / Mile
Winter 2018/2019 average = 21.3 kWh / 100 km (8'502 km) = 342 Wh / Mile
Summer 2019 average = 18.8 kWh / 100 km (10'240 km) = 302 Wh / Mile
1 Mile = 1.609 km
2017 MX 100D, lifetime of 339Kwh/mi
For me at least, temperature and tire pressure seems to play a large role. On days when its over 55F, not raining, and my tire pressure is 44 or higher, i generally get better than the rated range. If the temps are much lower, especially if I have to run the heater, then i see well over 400Kwh/mi.
Depends on the conditions and the type of journey. In our MS70D our best long journey worked out at just under 4 miles/kWh which combined A roads and speed restricted motorways. 70-75mph cruising is about 3 and a bit miles/kWh.
My wife's 15 miles each-way commute is more like 2.5 miles/kWh.
Model 3 will do better as it's lighter and has less drag (lower frontal area).
We've only had our car for a week under 6 months and we live in the South so we haven't experienced very cold weather yet but I'm told efficiency can drop by 15-20%.
For "whole of life" average consumption / cost?
or for "Max range" longest trip?
Any particular model / age?