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V10 Loss of Range: 5% Range Loss in 2019 Model 3 After Install of V10 Update

SynapticAcid

Member
Apr 8, 2019
12
10
Washington, DC
Has anyone else experienced a sudden loss of range following installation of V10?

My 2019 Model 3 LR+ RWD lost 5% of its maximum range after V10 was installed. I went from a maximum charge of 314 miles prior to V10 to a maximum charge of 300 miles after V10 install.
 

kkillebrew

Banned
Jun 23, 2019
401
237
austin, tx
No it did not help the range problem but Smart Summon is now gone from the NAV menu, still present on the app but car does nothing.

reboot fixed problem
 
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spiderion

Member
Aug 27, 2019
17
5
CA
Yes. I did too. went down from 235.4 to 227.9 :(
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dgatwood

Member
Dec 20, 2017
959
1,103
Sunnyvale, ca
My X lost about 15% of its usable range after the update; turning off the "always ready" Summon thing fixed the problem. But that presented itself as the car simply using a lot more power for the first few miles after I got in the car each trip, not as a capacity loss when fully charged.

Are you sure you didn't accidentally switch the mode from ideal miles to rated miles?
 

Twiglett

Single pedal driver
Oct 3, 2014
3,033
3,119
Austin
mine dropped after a 1600 mile road trip in July but has crept back up to be only 1 mile less.
Now 278 at 90% instead of 279
After 25k miles in 17 months, not too bad at all.
 

kkillebrew

Banned
Jun 23, 2019
401
237
austin, tx
After a 90% charge and upgrade to 2019.32.12.1 641e9fa I seem to have regained some range. I am wondering if this is normal for a Model S manufactured in March 2019.
Screen Shot 2019-10-10 at 12.13.49 PM.png
 

SynapticAcid

Member
Apr 8, 2019
12
10
Washington, DC
Did you lose range or maybe the gauge is just reading differently. Software updates are known to change the way that range is calculated.

I lost range, and can confirm that the loss occurred following V10 update as I use my Model 3 as my daily commuter and charge to the same level 5 nights a week. After V10 my 80% charge was ~15 miles less (which equates to a loss of ~5% of my previous maximum range; the vehicle is less than 6 months old--but I do already have more than 9,100 miles on it).
 
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KACHING

New Member
Oct 11, 2019
1
0
Clarksburg, MD
I see the same behavior. Charge to 90% gave me 216 miles from SR+ before V10. Only have 208 to 211 after 90% charge.
Open a ticket with Tesla, and they did a remote battery check and told me my battery is fine and close the ticket without even give me a call.

Not the best service in the world. Going to call Tesla customer support again.
 

ewoodrick

Well-Known Member
Apr 13, 2018
5,285
4,269
Buford, GA
I lost range, and can confirm that the loss occurred following V10 update as I use my Model 3 as my daily commuter and charge to the same level 5 nights a week. After V10 my 80% charge was ~15 miles less (which equates to a loss of ~5% of my previous maximum range; the vehicle is less than 6 months old--but I do already have more than 9,100 miles on it).

No, all you are proving is that the displayed numbers suggest you lost range. You are rally only proving that guesstimates are indeed not perfect.
 

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