That guy is surely a madman….Weird flex but okay.
If you have Teslafi, I think the Leaderboards > Longest Drives section is more impressive than average wh/m over lifetime of miles. It's based on the longest drive on a single charge without a complete stop. The current leader for Model Y-
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Because it's really just a custom name for the vehicle's Trip counter.Why does Lifetime show up on some people’s Trips and not others? I don’t have Lifetime on mine.
Dang, already ruined my Lifetime setting since I reset both A and B.Because its a custom setting.
The car doesn't have a real lifetime tracker. It has a custom setting A and for B. What many people have done is re-named the last custom setting (B) to something called "LIFETIME" or "DO NOT DELETE". Meaning they are using the custom setting B to track their vehicle for the entire life of the car.
I have an average of 234 Whr/mile over the life of my Model Y (15,305 miles). Can anyone beat this or am I the best? Pictures or it didn't happen!
Generous mileage numbers don’t seem to impact ICE vehicle sales much at all. People who care about mileage/ range granny foot and keep pretty close to the numbers. The rest of us just accept that we’re not grannies and recognize that most of the time we won’t get the granny number.At 233 Wh/Mi, that's 322 (or 335 depending on the older/newer battery pack) miles total range. Great that you can do it, but look how many people are not getting that sort of range, which is almost everyone! As a side note I put the Gemini hubcaps back on my car after 16,000 miles, and noticed the Wh/Mi dropped about 20 overall, went from 270's to 250's. Quite a bit more than I thought.
I get the feeling that if Tesla posted more realistic numbers on their website, they'd sell a lot fewer cars, especially the standard range model(s). Buyers find out afterwards the range isn't anywhere close to what is advertised. Few people would want a car with about 160-180 miles of range standard, and mid-to-high 200's in a long range car.