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If you run through the options on the instrument panel you will find the meter that gives you instantaneous energy consumption. I think it is listed as kWh/100 mike, but I cannot remember for sure. I’ll look the next time I drive
Thanks! I just played with that. It is a bit laggy, and the regen stops reporting at -99.9 kWh / 100 mi.
I'd really rather see kW flow directly, and from a software perspective, it's less code. But that's because I've been used to seeing that number since late 2012 almost daily.

I'm another person who think Miles per kWh rather than kWh per 100 miles makes more sense. I guess it's a Euro thing.
We use MPG for gas cars, and they use liters per 100km.

Tesla has no excuse for using kWh / 100 mi, or Watts per mile, or whatever. Elon Musk spent most of his life using MPG, as have most Americans. Why he wanted to go EuroStyle for fashion is totally beyond me since Tesla was one of the last companies to adopt the new Euro EV range method, WLTP. Not even sure if they have conformed yet.
 
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We're getting around 0.350 KWh/mile (city @ 60 degrees F) - or about 2.9 miles per KWh. That would be around 265 miles for the usable 85 KWh we have.

Highway is closer to 0.52 KWh/mile (again, not in the cold) - or around 1.9 miles per KWh which is only 160 range.

I really don't understand the "per 100 mile" usage as you don't get enough "100 mile increments" per charge to neatly round. I don't see how it helps at all. I also don't understand using Wh/mile - as we don't think of the battery as 90000 Wh. KWh/Mile and using the decimal point or miles per KWh and knowing that it will likely always be something around 2 or 3 (and again with a decimal point) seems like the better units.
 

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Tesla has no excuse for using kWh / 100 mi, or Watts per mile, or whatever. Elon Musk spent most of his life using MPG, as have most Americans. Why he wanted to go EuroStyle for fashion is totally beyond me since Tesla was one of the last companies to adopt the new Euro EV range method, WLTP. Not even sure if they have conformed yet.
I suppose Jaguar does have an excuse, being English and all, but it would be trivial to accommodate the inverse metric for American customers, or any other customer who wants it.
 

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Hi Forum,
do you know how to set the maximum state-of-charge of the battery ?

I have a Tesla since several years and it is a fundamental tool to avoid ageing of the battery (i.e., limit the max SOC to values below 100%).

Thanks !

Mario
Is there a mode to limit fast charging to 80% in the Jaguarr
 

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WattCat Android phone app has the capability to set a SOC limit.
 
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