I know lolachampcar has detailed how rear negative camber in the Model S affects tire wear (amazing job documenting this BTW). I however would like to have a discussion on how it affects range. If you were able to change the camber to +0.5 instead of -1.5 how much range would you gain? I have just seen an example on the interweb of an substantial decrease in rolling resistance just by making the camber positive. In other words the car rolls farther when coasting with the engine off (like a kids box car race). Less rolling resistance increases range. How much range is gained is the question. I think this could add up to a surprising amount over 250 miles of driving. If one were willing to test camber vs. range perhaps watt-hours per mile on the same route at the same speed would be a good measure. Please weigh in! Lolachampcar would have some good insights on the possibilities. Hopefully this hasn't been discussed to ad nauseam, but this could be very fruitful none the less. Especially for drivers who need to squeeze out the extra range. Let the speculation begin!