As per the following insideevs article, SR+ has an efficiency of 253 wh/mi (combined highway and city) and a range of 240 miles. Tesla Model 3 EPA Energy Consumption: Standard & Standard Plus This means that the battery size is 60.72 kW to go 240 miles at 253 wh/mi efficiency. However, a real world test performed by AoA got 192 miles at 260 wh/mi (a little bit more than EPA rating of 253 wh/mi, but not much) for SR+ (calculation at 8 minute mark) This means that the battery size is 49.92 kW to go 192 miles at 260 wh/mi efficiency. How is Tesla advertising a range of 240 miles at 253 wh/mi? What are we missing here?