Submitted by FISHEV on Fri, 2019-06-14 11:49
Noticed in Tesla Stats App https://apps.apple.com/us/app/stats-for-model-s-x-cars/id1191100729 that my Estimated Range was 338 while my Rated Range was 310, 10% better. As app developer explained it, the Estimated Range is the range I should get based upon my driving history while the Rated Range is what I would get if driving "Normally" based on Model 3 driver averages.
Being a former Prius driver with good hypermiling skills and being dependent on Per Charge chargers, increasing miles and reducing costs is a good thing.
What is the highest Estimated Range people are seeing with the various stat enhancement programs? How accurate have people found the stats apps to be in estimating range?
It would be good for Tesla to provide some on screen aid to hypermiling in addition to the "Greenline". An instantaneous miles/kWh read out would be good so one could adjust speed for max efficiency. Trip average and lifetime average would also be useful.