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What wh/mi are you getting on 2018 X 100D?

What wh/mi are you getting on 2018 X 100D?

alvit | 2 February 2019

I drove 2016 X90D and was getting 518 wh/mi! That's less than 2 miles per k/wh. Is it the same on 2018 X100D newer models? Getting 244 wh/mi, 4 miles per k/whon my model 3LR, RWD

jimglas | 2 February 2019

sounds about right

campusden | 2 February 2019

Big tires and weight difference makes HUGE difference in energy use. 6 people aren't going to ride in a model 3 either.

mbirnie51 | 2 February 2019

Here's an apple to compare to your orange:

MX75D (March 2017 build) average of 348 wh/mile over 33,000 miles, mostly over-the-road miles (75% or more).

bob | 2 February 2019

2017 100D 20" 25k miles 343kW/mile average. Northern CA driver. I don't know if it helps but I keep mine in Chill Mode. That's more for wanting the better pedal control in parking lots than anything else. All I need to do is get into my PU truck and drive it for a day and Chill is soooo much faster than ICE. I can live w/o the 0-60 in 4 seconds.

alvit | 2 February 2019

It comes to 3 miles per k/wh. Supercharger cost - 0.32c per k/wh. If I want to drive 10,000 miles on my vacation, it would cost me $1066.00. Pricey! Makes me regret, that the only Teslas with FREE Supercharging are the USED Teslas!

jjgunn | 3 February 2019

2018 - 100D - 20" - 17k miles - 334 Wh/m - mostly highway

Vawlkus | 6 February 2019

Depends on the temperature. Mine varies between 197 and 440. The 440 is RARE, and needs -30C temps.

TDUB | 6 February 2019

2018 Model X 75D, over 5000 miles on it. Average 278 wh/mile. Two major factors to this efficiency: 1) no need to turn on heat in southern TX; 2) 15 miles morning commute with stop&go could achieve 210 wh/mile.
Otherwise on regular highway, I have ~300 wh/mile.
I am expecting 320-350 wh/mile when the TX summer arrives.

sschaem | 6 February 2019

I averaged 463 wh/mi on a late november 2018 P100D 22", mostly highways.

wluk | 8 February 2019

set the heat to 72 degree auto and set 3 heated seats to low and the heated steering wheel on. Drive like a grandma averaging 470 wh/m since December.

AxTrader | 9 February 2019

Our MX100D is a Dec 17 build with 21,000 miles on it. 20" wheels averaging 418 wh/mile average for entire 21,000 miles. Mild San Diego weather, so not cold, but we love to stomp on the pedal every opportunity.

bonhari03 | 9 February 2019

That right pedal is a drug! I run 450 wh/mi in a MX 75 with 22” wheels. Luckily I
live in SoCal where Superchargers are plentiful and it is better to look good than to feel good.

Passion2Fly | 9 February 2019

I’m running around 420 wh/m on my 2016 X P90DL. I have the 22” wheels. SoCal weather. The wheels are a killer!

a1harix | 15 February 2019

The heavy right foot is mostly the culprit.

silvensamurai | 16 February 2019

when the winter vortex hit here, michigan, and the temps plummeted my wh/mi maxed out at 790 wh/mi with driver heated seat at 2, steering wheel heater and cabin heat set to 68.

jjgunn | 17 February 2019

Damn, driving uphill too? 790 was about what I received in summer going up the hill to Tahoe in July at 69 MPH & 80 degrees outside.

Joespinney | 17 February 2019

2018 MX 75d with 22” s
Drive in so-cal on chill mode
6000 miles at 365 wh/m.

soenke | 17 February 2019

358 Wh/mi. 2017 Model X 75D @ 12,600 mi w/ 20"

Coldfire73 | 19 February 2019

UK Based - 375 Wh/Mile. 2017 Model X 75 @ 11,000 miles w/20". Mostly short trips ~25miles commute. Varies through the year from ~300Wh/Mi to ~440Wh/Mi in winter (parked outside, and no pre-conditioning)

jjgunn | 19 April 2019

jjgunn | February 3, 2019
2018 - 100D - 20" - 17k miles - 334 Wh/m - mostly highway
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Now 21k miles & 355 Wh/mi - I shouldn't have been standing on the gas pedal. FML.....

sgehlhoff | 20 April 2019

So mostly city driving, only had 6 months. Usually around 450 wh/mi. When I’m not using the heat, or in range mode, around 315-350.

ObsidianGT | 21 April 2019

I'm typically in the 450 Wh/mi range in mild to warm SoCal, mostly city, but I have a very heavy right foot. It's addicting. Still find it hard to believe this behemoth moves so quickly and nimbly. Partly regret not getting the P.

2018 Model X 100D on OEM 22" wheels with Continental summer performance tires.