There has been some discussion in the 90% charge thread about EPA versus real world miles. EPA is what Tesla advertises and is what is used to calculate rated miles. Based on my own measurements over 5,000 miles, the EPA number for the S90D is 273 W/mi. My own consumption is higher so my actual range is about 10% less than the rated miles shown on the dash and about 13% less than what I expected when I purchased my car. The discussion would benefit from knowing what the curve looks like for S90D owners. Is it centered on 273, or do the majority of drivers experience something much different than the EPA test cycle? Many owners never use their Trip B and it reflects their average consumption for all miles driven. That number would be great, but use whatever you think is honestly representative of your overall driving experience. Please, only S90D, no performance or ludicrous. Thanks!