Just updated the 2019.8.5 software update, but don't seem to notice the range and power increase on my mid range. Does the update only include Long Range and Performance?
Before this update range with full charge used to be 265 mikes, now at 253 miles I am getting a message that charging is complete. Did midrange range drop? Anyone else see this?
"We’re also excited to announce that we’re implementing a number of firmware upgrades for both new and existing customers. These upgrades will increase the range of the Long Range Rear-Wheel Drive Model 3 to 325 miles, increase the top speed of Model 3 Performance to 162 mph, and add an average of approximately 5% peak power to all Model 3 vehicles."
With 2019.8.5 upgrade, my full charged milage is only 307mi? I was expecting approx 5% increase to 321 - 325 mi with Long Range Dual Motor , anyone else had similar observation? how to verify peak increase is working ?
@snande Dual Motor is not getting the range increase, Only the Rear Wheel Drive Long Range.
I was too impatient to wait for the dual motor, so I got the LR RWD, and was rewarded by getting my wange incweased.
My P3D said it had a 5% power increase. I haven't had a chance to test it yet.
My LR got the 5% today. I haven’t felt it by the butt. But power deliver feels smoother.
try and find a place where you can drive over 60mph, thats where I found the most difference (judging by my butt), over 60.
I have a mid-range and got the update last night. Release notes say 5% power increase, but no range increase. It did feel peppier on my drive to work this morning.
OP, the release notes tell you what's in the update. You get 5% more power, no range adjustment. To feel that, you need a pretty sensitive butt and note that you have to press that accelerator to the floor while having near full charge, not in chill or valet mode.
So I got the 8.5 update which says my LR AWD non-P got a 5% power/acceleration increase. I was told by another forum user that these new 0-60 times are reflected already on the tesla website. However the website didn't change the 0-60 time for the LR AWD non-P....does that mean this power increase happens in the range above 60mph for the LR AWD non-P? I'm confused how this power translates over if my acceleration was indeed increased.
Model 3 Dual AWD. All I've noticed is that since the update, while I'm not driving any differently, my battery is draining a LOT faster! Anyone else?