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Thanks for sharing!

Confirms a few things:

1.) Upgraded performance compared to first estimates
2.) Prep package is standard on all trims except Select
3.) No additional option packages on Prem/FE trims
 
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Sweet that's very helpful for placing orders later this week.

Glad to see the HP, LB-FT and kW figures all confirmed as being higher than the initial published specs.
 

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Outstanding work! Much appreciated!
 
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So looks like the battery number we've been seeing the the real one. Base on this, around 10 kWh is the buffer
 

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So no EPA range rating before ordering. Was hoping they might be able to establish that from the prototypes.
 

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So looks like the battery number we've been seeing the the real one. Base on this, around 10 kWh is the buffer
Yep. Many of us have been estimating 90 kWh usable for the ER. If the numbers are based on 88, that means it's slightly more efficient than we assumed (if the range stays the same). 300 miles / 88 = 3.4 miles/kWh avg.

With that fairly large buffer, we might feel OK charging it closer to 100% more often. Maybe 85-90% instead of 75-80%.
 

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I wonder what the Pony Projector Lamp is?
 

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Very nice info, almost a 11% battery buffer. That should be helpful and maybe even allow regenerative braking at 100% charge.

Still little detail on the prep package for the driving update, but I wouldn't have expected any new news there.
 

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No red stitching on Premium models... is that new? I'm sure I remember it as being included.
 

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