By Jon LeSage Data shared by Model S owners shows battery degradation could stay within the 90 percent mark through 200,000 miles driven.
A group of Tesla owners on the Dutch-Belgium Tesla Forum are gathering data from 286 Tesla Model S owners across the world. It’s frequently being updated in a public Google file that you can view here.
The shared data is showing that most of these Model S owners are experiencing loss of about 5 percent battery capacity in the first 50,000 miles driven. Degradation is slowing down after 50,000 miles and it may take well over 100,000 miles of driving to see
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