Ah, you are right. Ignore me... I was thinking it of the overall vampire drain which can be in that ballpark, but that's while the car is not in drive.Nope. The kWh consumed and the consumption rate (wh/mile) includes the energy to move the car and the auxiliary power like AC and heating.
Prediction: Battery is fine. Firmware update will fix (corner case?) issue where car won't charge.
That's why Tesla maintains an "anti-bricking buffer" where the state of charge when the reported range is zero is still safe for the battery.Discharging an EV to 0% can be dangerous. And with not accepting a charge, I guess vampire drain will make it even worse right now.
Driving a rented EV to 0% is like filling a rented gas car with diesel, you just don't do it.