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V10 battery improvements?

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by flynnstone, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. flynnstone

    flynnstone Member

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    Anyone notice range improvements since updating to v10? I know a number of people (myself included) took a decent projected range hit on the past two updates. Curious if it’s been fixed.
     
  2. bigroccrek

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    NO. 2018 M3 AWD LR should get 310 miles at 100%. In fact my range went down even more. Now 80% is only 235 miles. Used to be 250 miles! I charged to 100% just to verify and yup only got 285 miles. This sucks! I have been reading about Tesla being sued over a defect in their batteries being "covered up" and that they reduced range to fix it. A little honesty from Tesla would be nice!
     
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  3. ngogas

    ngogas Active Member

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    Nope still only 264 at 90%.
     
  4. Vilkas

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    I picked up my Model 3 last Monday, V10 update came yesterday, just finished charging up to 90% and is showing a range of 278......
     
  5. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    projected?
     
  6. Hans L

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    #6 Hans L, Oct 6, 2019
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    I didn't notice any change. RWD - 90% gets me to 287. 100% - 319. But that last time I charged to 100%, about 6 weeks ago, I got 324 and actually achieved 325 miles range (260 to SC with 65 miles indicated range left). For this trip, I averaged about 211, cool morning, so minimal us of AC. AP set to 72 mph. On my daily commutes, I average around 212 - 218 w/mi. 19" factory wheels.
     
  7. VT_EE

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    For anybody quoting their 100% range here, could you also state your average consumption in Wh/mi over the last few months? Also state what kind of wheels are set in the service tab (18, 19, or 20”). I would like to test a theory that these things are now part of the algorithm used for the remaining miles meter. This would explain a lot.
     
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  8. jkoya

    jkoya NA2 NSX

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    I have a 2018 Model 3 Performance with the 20" OEM wheels and after the V10 update, my 90% has been 281 miles. Experience from driving our Leaf, Fit Ev and Volt has taught me to not make too much of the mileage readings. Just my opinion...
     
  9. afadeev

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    Nope.
    No appreciable change for the better.

    80% charge on TM3P is still ~235-238, while it should be 248 miles. Delta 3-5% was lost to Tesla's firmware updates late spring/early summer (forgot the version #s).

    It will probably take legal or regulatory intervention to recover it.
    I don't care enough to start it, but will join when others (inevitably) will.
     
  10. dmurphy

    dmurphy Woof.

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    310mi. 7,100 miles on odometer. 284wh/mi average. 18” wheels. Always charge to 90%. Seems to be just fine.
     
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  11. JBT66

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    For sure the wheel size does. It even says so if you change the wheel size on the later versions.


     

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