We took our new Model 3 from Seattle, WA area too Reno, NV. 1717 miles round trip at an avg of 236 Wh/mile. This car really will do over 300 plus miles of range with the aero wheel covers on. With them off we were seeing about 280 Wh/mile. This was all driving 5-7 over and using the chill mode with auto steer about 80% of the time except when it got twisty then it was fun to take over We used 4 superchargers and two home destination charging. Lake Stevens, WA to Salem,OR left with full charge. No supercharging distance 263 miles and 16% still avail! Charged on friends solar 20 KW solar array and spent the day with them working on solar stuff. Left with full charge to Klamath Falls, OR and arrived with 18% remaining at a distance of 243 miles. Filled to 89% in 50 min. Had some sandwiches at Fred Meyer since they were kind enough to support EV community and supercharging. Supercharger cost was:$12. Lunch cost was:$14 Left Klamath Falls, OR at 89% to Reno NV. Total distance 251 miles arrived in Reno with 23% remaining. and used a dryer plug to charge in Reno. Stayed here for a week and got to tour the Tesla Gigafactory. I highly recommend this to anyone visiting the Reno/Sparks area. For the trip back we stopped again at the Klamath falls supercharger for a short 20 min charge cost was $10 since it was mostly downhill to Springfield, OR where we supercharged only 20 min to 70% cost was $9 where we stayed with a friend in Junction City, OR We used the last supercharger in Centralia, WA since we couldn't charge at our friends house much with 120V. Had lunch there and charged to 70% in about 20 min. Supercharger cost was $10 Lunch was $16 at Burgerville. Arrived home in Lake Stevens, WA with 30% remaining. Total cost to supercharge was: $41 to drive 1717 miles and 405 KWH was consumed. I also offered to pay at all places we stayed since that's just good practice. They all declined due to how much fun they had test driving and seeing the car and running errands in all the places we stayed. All in all this was a very good road trip car with plenty of room and quite fun in the twisty mountain roads! The Auto Steer worked well in almost all circumstances. The only times I had to take control is when there was a passing lane it always seemed to want to pick the left lane rather than moving over to the right.