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Where can I find the real time energy usage?

RubberToe

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Jun 28, 2012
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Curious about this too. In my Model S and X rentals I really liked watching the graph that showed what % battery level I would arrive at the next Supercharger with. I don't know if that same screen is available on the 3 or not. Please let me know how to bring it up if such a creature exists.

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FrankieFix

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Dec 26, 2017
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Right now there is no consumption graph or energy app like on the S/X but on the navigation screen you can see at what %battery level you'll reach your destination and how long you have to charge at Superchargers if you need them to reach your destination
 
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SigNC

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Aug 23, 2017
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Trip meter is about the only place you can see and it's just average for trip or since charged.
 

Skidmark

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Oct 16, 2017
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The closest thing I've seen is the thin bar right below the battery/range that moves left to right depending on acceleration/regen. It shows instantaneous power input/output, but AFAIK there is no "Energy" screen like in the S/X
 

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