How does Tesla S recover from a complete shut down?
Apparently Tesla S loses approx. 14 miles of driving range when left unplugged.
The reason as explained at the forums here is that Tesla eliminated the "off" button for on-board computers because of multiple problems when awaking the computers. Allegedly Tesla is planning on fixing the problems and re-introducing the "off" button in the future.
Meanwhile, I'm wondering what would happen if Tesla is left unattended in a garage for say 20 days. If the fully charged range is say 200 miles and it loses 14 miles of it per day, than after 15 days there will be no juice left in the batteries and Tesla will shut down.
Now mind that this is hard shut down, what your mamma told you never to do to your computer. It is equivalent to pulling the power cord while the computer is working. If Tesla engineers can not manage a controlled shut down (with the "off" button) what about uncontrolled shut down due to exhausted battery. It is true, that as many UPS systems do, the battery may "announce" that it is going to die so that the computer shuts down in a controlled way, however we don't know if this is the case with Tesla.
Since there is no literature about all this, I'm asking current owners if they please to share their experience after complete shut down either on the road or after prolonged storage unplugged.