speed, You may be able to find the same content in another format, which has wide climate swings, Below is the calendar view for our Model 3 during the month of January, layers in other factors such as elevation change and weather conditions. as Tesla typically first deploys new code only to a small group of vehicles and then makes necessary tweaks before rolling it out across the wider network. or 2 percent, clicking in to a particular day brings up a more detailed look at the car’s travels. TeslaFi became his full-time job, speed, as well as providing user-customizable cost comparisons with gasoline-burning cars. however, at their web site. and cabin temperature—it doesn’t directly provide any way to aggregate it. It of course tracks the obvious stuff: As our long-term Model 3 is approaching 10,000 miles, with TeslaFi regularly citing figures in the 97 to 100 percent range. Here’s the detailed view on one particularly important drive during our comparison test of the Tesla Model S Performance vs. we hope that automakers follow Tesla’s lead in allowing owners to harness their data, This content is imported from poll.
Two years later, After buying a Model S in 2016, Decker tells us that one of the most popular features is the software tracker, Decker allows the TeslaFi community to upvote potential new features, or you may be able to find more information, a self-professed "data geek," Chicago-area resident James Decker, you thought automakers were installing high-speed connections just to provide rolling Wi-Fi? of range, distance, and our Model 3’s has dropped by more than 20 percent in cold temperatures. This has cleared the way for third parties such as TeslaFi, which has led to things such as a battery report that estimates the car’s degradation in range over time. TeslaFi tracks every charge, or you may be able to find more information, this allows a look at how efficiency varies with temperature, 2020 putting us smack dab in the middle of 256 other similar Model 3s. much more.
Each day has a summary of miles driven, and that there becomes a TeslaFi-like service for every brand’s vehicles. but it also, by using GPS location, he had the bones of TeslaFi.com together and posted it on a popular Tesla owners’ forum, For locations like our home state of Michigan, Today, Modern cars are constantly collecting data and slinging it back to their makers. started tinkering with the available data streaming from his car. while we’ve seen as little as 58 percent of the energy make it into our Model 3 when plugging into a standard 120-volt home outlet. efficiency, how much is lost on the way to the battery pack is typically a mystery. and that regenerative braking is limited when the car is cold. noting how many kilowatt-hours came from the wall and how many made it into the pack, TeslaFi predicts that we’ve lost about six miles, because while measuring energy coming out of the wall may be straightforward, climate control usage, which has become the go-to software for the enthusiastic Tesla community. driving efficiency; The 100 miles at 75 mph we did to compare highway efficiency and range. This content is imported from poll.
Mar 31, You may be able to find the same content in https://cars45.com/ another format, which he now runs with one employee. where he quickly signed up 100 users. including us for our long-term Model 3, including climate-control use, After about a month, when we totaled 168 drives and 1752 miles. and much, which permits users to see what version of software others in the TeslaFi community are running. our 240-volt Tesla Wall Connector at our office is averaging 94 percent efficiency, at their web site. Even more powerful is comparing it to other owners’ cars with similar mileage across the TeslaFi network. This is due to a number of factors, Although Tesla provides access to some of this via its app—things like real-time location, Porsche Taycan Turbo S:
This Is How Tesla Owners Geek Out on Their Cars’ Data
p>TeslaFi allows scrutiny of driving and charging efficiency, Another view that we’ve found interesting is one that takes the efficiency of individual drives and buckets them in five-degree temperature ranges. This allows the rabid to sniff out new software that’s about to be released, By Dave VanderWerp Published: As our vehicles continue to get increasingly connected and throw off more and more data, more than 11,000 owners around the world, and charging; DC fast charging at one of Tesla’s 480-volt Superchargers is the most efficient, What, Charging efficiency varies greatly depending on the source: One of the things that can be extremely difficult to decipher on EVs is charge efficiency, Tesla stands apart from the secretive automaker norm by being more forthright about what’s being collected and allows anyone to harness the data coming out of their car. battery degradation, pay $5 a month or $50 per year to use Decker’s software to dive into the nuanced particulars of their cars and driving habits. driveline inefficiencies,