Good Day Ladies and Gents. I worked out the following calculations for a Tesla S with an 85 kWh battery pack and would appreciate confirmation that they are correct. The Tesla S comes standard with a 10 kW on-board AC charger or an optional dual AC charger capable of drawing 20 kW of electricity. The S has a car side IEC62196 Type 2 (Mennekes) socket that will accept a Type 2 connector. The standard AC charger will add around 56 km to the range of the Tesla S per hour of charge and will fully charge the Tesla S from "flat" in around eight hours. The dual AC charger will add around 112 km to the range of the Tesla S per hour of charge and fully charge the Tesla S from "flat" in around four hours. The range of the Tesla Model S with an 85 kWh battery pack at freeway speeds (100 km per hour) is around 450 km. This assumes that 95% of the battery (80.8 kWh) is available before the car goes into power saving mode. Are these figures accurate. Thanks in advance :smile:.