A question often asked about our cars is, how long before you will need to replace the battery? The topic of battery longevity gets muddied in terms of understanding degradation versus ‘usable’ battery life and maybe Tesla has decided it is simpler not to address the issue. After all, declining range is a foreign concept to ICE drivers who already anticipate facing range anxiety with BEVs. Still, our battery packs are performing amazingly well and seem to be on track to challenge the average life expectancy of typical gas engines. What if Tesla enhanced their existing warranty by adding a component about range? Maybe….. Guaranteed to retain 80% Range after 200,000 miles (322,000 kilometres) or 8 years, which ever comes first Tesla would likely know the sweet spot for these limits (I'm just guessing), where exposure to claims would be low while appeal to the market could be maximized. I recall the impact it had when Elon announced an 8 year unlimited mileage drivetrain warranty… retroactive for all cars. Could / should they do something similar with this warranty enhancement?