Hi all, Since I got my car (Model 3 Long-Range Dual Motor (not Performance)) I've been curious about the math behind the stated range & consumption. Tesla says the (long range) battery capacity is 75 kWh. They say the range on a full charge is 310 miles. If you do that math, 75,000 / 310 = 242 Wh/mi. So I've always looked at the consumption figure on the screen and thought if my consumption figure was higher than 242 Wh/mi I was getting worse than stated mileage, if the figure was lower I was getting better than stated mileage. Then this afternoon I looked again at the new-car sticker that came with my car, and the EPA figures on it. It says a range of 310 miles (cool) and fuel economy of "29 kW-hr per 100 miles," or 290 Wh/mi. Well, if the range is 310 miles at an economy of 290 Wh/mi, then the battery capacity would be 310 * 290 = 89,900 Wh... or 90 kWh, not 75 kWh. If the battery is 75 kWh and the economy is 290 Wh/mi then the range is only 259 miles. So something is not right there. Anybody have any ideas?