What is the lowest mileage indication on the battery meter have you seen before charging? Has anyone driven below zero miles?
I purposely pushed mine below zero this morning. The notion that there is some kind of reserve (I've heard around 20 miles) is BS, at least in my case. I maybe went 2-3 miles while loosing speed the whole time. 9 free tows left
Those extra miles would come at a great negative cost to your battery!Thanks for sharing. I've been wondering about this and about to go on a long trip. Now I know not to push it too much.
Didn't know we get free tows or on-spot charging. Will have to look into that.
I wish they could let you charge to max of the battery capacity 95kWh once in a while to get some extra mileage over the default max 83.6kWh. That's an extra 13.6% or 28 miles.
Yeah it will be interesting to see once these vehicles age a bit. I really put my Model 3 through its paces. Between hundreds of charging sessions (many in brutal 100 degree temps) and never missing an opportunity to floor it, the car took a beating. 12% was the target low SoC for arrivals, and it really never fell below 5% for more than a few minutes. After a couple years and 25,000 miles it still read 308/310 miles at 100%. At home it was charged on L1, and had a very conservative charge limit of 60%.Those extra miles would come at a great negative cost to your battery!