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Tesla Model S Survey: Vehicle 610 - Model S 85 kWh

Date Odometer Standard
Rated Range
Range Mode
Rated Range
Drive Unit
Mar 03 2020 05:44 PM PST 142,825 km 397 km 2 2,345 km 222 Wh/km Courtenay, BC

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Report Details

Submitted: March 3, 2020, 05:44 PM PST

Location Courtenay, BC, Canada
Survey Vehicle ID 610
Model Model S 85 kWh
Body Style Original (2012 to Early 2016)
Model Year 2014
Assembled 06/2014
Firmware Version 10.2(2020.4.1)
Wheel Size 19
Onboard Charger Twin (20 kW)
Supercharger Enabled Yes
Date Acquired 12/12/2017
Acquired Used
Odometer at Delivery  85,124 km
Ownership Status Own
Drivetrain Repairs
Odometer  142,825 km
Typical Charge n/a
Typical Charge Target n/a
Range Mode Charge 397 rated km
Battery Swapped No
Charger Replaced No
Drive Unit Replaced Yes
Number of Drive Unit Swaps 2
Date of Last Drive Unit Swap April 17, 2018
Odometer at Last Drive Unit Swap  96,498 km
Charge Rate 240V/16A
Standard Mode Charge Frequency A few times per week
Range Mode Charge Frequency A few times per year
Superchargers Within Driving Range Yes
Supercharge Frequency A few times per month
Maximum Supercharger Charge Rate 121 kW
Use Type Daily driver, year-round
Driving Frequency A few times per week
Typical Trip Distance 250 km
Portion of miles driven on highways and freeways 85%
Typical Freeway Speed 120 km/hour
Battery Drained 0
Energy Use
Trip Meter Distance  2,345 km
Trip Meter Energy  521 kWh
Trip Meter Energy Efficiency 222 Wh/km
Tesla Motors Club Username Chatterbox
Recently the supercharging tapering rate has increased such that the max charge rate of circa 120 kW declines within a few minutes even at 10% SOC, and often drops to 70-90 kW for the majority of the charging period up to 80% SOC. This is for all ambient temperatures and for a warmed up car. After 80%, the taper is more what I am used to: dropping down gradually to 10 kW around 90% SOC. There is currently no RATED versus IDEAL Range Display switch in my Settings. I believe it always displays RATED now, as it matches the longterm average range shown on the Energy Screen when travelling circa 90-100 kph on a flat highway with the longest (50km) measurement period selected.

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