Here are a couple of examples of the latest you can do with visualize.js application that's part of the teslams project (it's in the examples folder of the teslams project on github). Not quite as fancy (needs some love from someone better with UIs than I am), but fairly functional and easy to run on your own system. All you need is Node.js, MongoDB and a web browser. You can then stream your telemetry data into a database and connect to that database with two small web applications that do some analysis of the data. One view tracks your car on a map, visualizing speed through color, the other view tracks energy used / regeneratted over speed + SOC. They are linked to each other (so they cover the same time range) and the time range can be entered on the web pages.