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Tesla Model S Survey: Vehicle 265 - Model S 60 kWh

Date Odometer Standard
Rated Range
Range Mode
Rated Range
Drive Unit
Jul 01 2014 09:03 AM PDT 24,187 km 217 km (68%) 22,992 km 184 Wh/km Brampton, ON
Jul 01 2014 09:10 AM PDT 24,187 km 217 km (68%) 217 km 22,992 km 184 Wh/km Brampton, ON
Oct 08 2019 04:36 PM PDT 125,211 km 260 km (80%) 315 km 1 9,788 km 163 Wh/km Collingwood, ON

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Report Details

Submitted: July 1, 2014, 09:03 AM PDT

Location Brampton, ON, Canada
Survey Vehicle ID 265 (3 reports)
Model Model S 60 kWh
Body Style Original (2012 to Early 2016)
Model Year 2013
Assembled 05/2013
Firmware Version 5.9
Wheel Size n/a
Onboard Charger Twin (20 kW)
Supercharger Enabled Yes
Date Acquired 06/17/2013
Acquired New
Ownership Status Own
Drivetrain Repairs
Odometer  24,187 km
Typical Charge 217 rated km
Typical Charge Target 68%
Range Mode Charge n/a
Battery Swapped No
Charger Replaced No
Drive Unit Replaced No
Charge Rate 240V/30A
Standard Mode Charge Frequency Daily
Range Mode Charge Frequency Never
Superchargers Within Driving Range No
Supercharge Frequency Never
Use Type Daily driver, year-round
Driving Frequency Most days of the week
Typical Trip Distance 70 km
Portion of miles driven on highways and freeways 75%
Typical Freeway Speed 105 km/hour
Battery Drained 0
Energy Use
Trip Meter Distance  22,992 km
Trip Meter Energy  4,237 kWh
Trip Meter Energy Efficiency 184 Wh/km
Tesla Motors Club Username kr200
(was software limited to 40 kWh) July-September averaged 154 wh/km. Winter really SUCKS power. I discovered RANGE mode inhibits battery heat until much lower temperatures thus saving the initial hit of 4+ kw to heat the battery at the cost of longer limitation of power and regen. It took about 50 km at 90 km/hr to get rid of these limits without the battery heat (RANGE mode). Delaying the charge as long as possible and preheating the car also reduce the need for battery heat thus greatly increasing range. Better next winter!

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