Model: Model3 LR AWD Mileage: 1000 Wheels: 19" Sport Average Wh/mile: 360 I've been driving my M3 for about a month. I know the 19" sport wheels have a 5-10% efficiency hit (crazy amount by the way) compared to the aero wheels, but I'm still getting a crazy high Wh/mile for standard drives. I'm not driving erratically and the AC is on but at 72 with the fan set to 3 or 4. Driving 20 miles at 65-75mph I average 360 Wh/mile. Tried this many times as it's my route to work. So even though the actual distance from home to work is about 20 miles, it takes away around 30 miles of range from my battery. It's so frustrating to see this. If this is expected, the GUI should be updated to reflect the actual range with non-aero wheels. Why would you display the expected range of a car that doesn't reflect your customized car with non-aero wheels? If this is not expected, then I don't know what's wrong. Perhaps I should get a diagnostic from Tesla service. I feel like in actuality the 310 miles is really something like 260 miles for LR AWD 19" and more people should be aware of this when deciding to upgrade their wheels. So I'm curious, what is everyone else's Wh/mile with the same configuration as me? LR AWD with 19" wheels? Are we all in the same boat? Is it just me?