3 months old, 4k miles
90%=263 in the morning, month ago was 278m
what is going on? do i need service?
scare to think what will be in next few months...
drive it down to about 30 miles left worth of battery then charge it all up to see what the number should be.
Tesls messed with the range on the last update 2019.32.x.x and it threw off the Rated Range. Tesla is not saying (typical don't tell the customers) but the speculation by Bjorn Nyland who does extensive tests on Teslas is Tesla reduced the range by 5%.
They also started mixing Estimated Range (range based on your driving and battery capacity) with Rated Range (range based on 4.13 miles x kWh capacity of battery for 310 miles) so the Rated Range fluctuates more than it should.
Likely nothing wrong. Try discharging down to 20% and then recharge to 100% to see what your actual top Rated Range is...keeping in mind it might be off by a percent or two due to Tesla messing with Rated Range.
I have LR AWD, 6000 mi, with 32 12.2 and still showing 310 mile range at 100%. Software update hasn't affected the range.
I'm at 12,000 miles. Charged to 100% a couple days ago and 310 on mine also but my Battery Degradation chart which is Tesla info displayed by StatsApp, my actual range is 304 per Tesla's Battery Degradation data.
Mine displays similar numbers, 260 or 262 miles for 90% SOC after 13 months, 14.5k miles. I use the Energy % display all the time and don't bother with the Distance. Enjoy the Performance!
Wow, 2000 miles a month. Makes sense as your commute is 100 miles x 20 days a month x 6 mo. Right on the nose.
Range fluctuates--mine went from 310 to 299 to 307. It can't be accurately measured, so is a pretty meaningless metric. No need to clog up service unless you think it's going to keep you from making a trip. And for god's sake, the last person you want advice from is FISH. He hasn't a clue and is just waiting for his Kona. He's a disaster.
Indeed. Take anything they say with an entire salt mine.
Which wheels do you have?
-If 18", then it should show ~278 for 90%.
-If 20", it should show about 270 for 90%. I used to see 278 (based on a 100% of 310) but it dropped to 270-272 at 90% in a recent update, which means 100% is about ~300 miles. This would be in line with the latest EPA estimates for the 2020 model (see link below), and frankly I am excited that there isn't a bigger penalty for the super sticky performance tires (I was expecting ~280).