"The Road to Hana" gets most of the publicity here on Maui, but as far as I'm concerned, "The Road to Haleakala Crater" is a lot more fun for Model S owners. As part of testing my LTE upgrade in my "Classic" Model S, I did the drive on Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 to test out the map loading and signal reception. It was fantastic, by the way, with a strong LTE signal all the way from Kihei to within the National Park boundary (~10 miles from the summit). I then had 3G until about 1 mile from the summit. One pedal driving makes the experience amazing, but having instant power and acceleration goes a long way as well. I took several pictures along the way, including my energy usage, which follow. Near the top, at about 9,000 ft, looking towards the North West. West Maui Mountains in the background. The last 30 miles of my energy usage, while ascending, an average of 826 wh/mi. My rated miles remaining was 82, while parked at the summit. A couple of shots from the summit parking lot, including one with a Haleakala Silversword plant (which many know only grow on Haleakala on the entire planet). Pictures of the crater, from near the crater Visitor Center. Here is a fun one, that very few Model S owners will ever get to see. The trip energy estimator showing that for a 36 mile route, the starting SOC is 31% and the ending SOC is 36% (a gain of 5%). The route is from just below the crater Visitor Center (at ~10,000 ft elevation) to Kahului (~50 ft). More scenic pictures of the crater, from the view point roughly 2 miles down from the summit. Last two pictures. The first showing that I averaged -246 wh/mi for the last 30 miles of the descent, and the second showing that I had 111 rated miles left (a gain of 29 over the 82 rated miles I had at the summit). I know that there are a few owners here on Maui (about 50, as of August 2015), so I'm surprised that I'm the first to really document this drive and share it on the Forum. I don't mind! Feel free to comment, folks!