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X: What's your 90%?

scottf200

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Similar to the Model S thread: What's your 90%?

I just got my X. Supercharged to 90% showed 224 mi (224/9*10=248.88)

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jomo25

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I think there is still vampire drain, even if plugged in overnight. It will only draw power to top up after the charge state drops below a certain threshold below your target. So, your 90% might be 226 or 227 and dropping to 225 by the time you drive the car in the morning.
 
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pvogel

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I think there is still vampire drain, even if plugged in overnight. It will only draw power to top up after the charge state drops below a certain threshold below your target. So, your 90% might be 226 or 227 and dropping to 225 by the time you drive the car in the morning.
Pretty sure I read in the manual or in "Owning Model S" that when the Tesla is connected to the EVSE all internal systems pull from that rather than from the battery
 
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jomo25

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My condo's electrical billing system shows real time energy consumption for each unit. And my charger in the garage is billed/tracked/monitored as a separate unit. It's clear from the usage graphs that no current is drawn after the car reads its desired charge target. If these car is left sitting plugged in for a few days, then it'll top up after a while (about once a day) at the current rate set. Then it sits idle again. So that would contradict the behavior you are quoting from the manual.
 
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Mark Z

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When new, my P90D Model X was 225.

After 3 months and 2,000 miles it is now at 223.

Almost the same range as the 3 year old Model S P85 version "A" battery pack with 45,000 miles.
 

scottf200

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Pretty sure I read in the manual or in "Owning Model S" that when the Tesla is connected to the EVSE all internal systems pull from that rather than from the battery

I was away last week and each night it did this for 22 minutes. SOC 67% -> 70% and Range 165.2 -> 173.4 (8.2 Miles - vampire)

I'm not sure why it skipped Thursday the 17th. I thought I had it starting at 1am so I also don't know why the times varied. Data from teslalog.com

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araxara

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Picked up my Model X 90D (not P). Car was charged to 90% and the rated range was 238 miles. Car is currently at bra/tint installer, so can't check it, but Tesla app now says it has 234 mile range left. Car had 18 miles on the ODO when I picked it up.
 

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