Any confirmation/insight on my reverse math? 71% current charge - 65% destination charge = 6% of usage to go the trip distance of 16mi. Now I l know it can introduce a bit of variance when extrapolating from small numbers but I’m getting 267mi of total range . . .With the info seen on the screen, there’s no way to know what the state of charge was when he started.
Only just saw this but I think the numbers are out a bit.
That's 6% of battery for 16miles, or a total of 267miles per pack, giving around 3miles per 1% of SoC.If I am reading that right it shows 71% on the dash with a trip remaining of 16mi and an ending charge of 65%. So . . . 267mi of range?
Master Plan 3 did not provide pack size, they simply stated the battery size needed for that category of vehicle at a macro level to hit the goal of a zero-emission future. That was not Cybertruck specific, though some people though it was because of the cybertruck outline.Didn't the master plan tell us pack size?
If we look at it from the erspective of the possible charge rate at that SoC on a 115/125kWh, we need to factor in the extra battery capacity at the same C rate to get the right numbers as well. (I've used the 21700 C Rate as reference)Well 6% to go 16 miles suggests total range ~270 miles. It looks like it’s interstate driving so usage may be higher.
Based on prior speculation of 0.4kWh per mile that would put the pack size just over 100kWh. The charge rate of 77kWh @ 71% also supports pack size around 100kWh as the MX charges at about 84kW at 71% and has a 100kWh pack. If this pack was substantially larger, you would expect a higher charge rate at a given SOC based on C rating be held roughly constant.
Yeah, I don't post much. It was a joke, just as any other assumption on here. We all know what assumptions do.Master Plan 3 did not provide pack size, they simply stated the battery size needed for that category of vehicle at a macro level to hit the goal of a zero-emission future. That was not Cybertruck specific, though some people though it was because of the cybertruck outline.
That Master Plan was talking about global industry and showing math on how to get there, it was not implying specific battery sizes for specific Tesla vehicles.