I recently upgraded my Model S from 60D to 75D. Prior to the upgrade, I was getting about 217 miles on a full charge. I wanted to see what the "real" full range of the battery would be post upgrade so I charged it completely. I was surprised to see that I was only getting 251 miles, which is only a gain of 34 miles. Tesla advertises that the net gain should be 41 miles. According to the service center, this is normal because the vehicle "reserves a little battery power" for mission critical functions. Therefore, my Model S would not charge to the full range. Since I have not seen that anywhere in the documentation, I don't believe it to be true. What do you think?