After the software updates and of course the necessary hardware adjustments, these are new EPA ranges per model in miles and km:

  • Tesla Model S Plaid – 520+ = 836 + km
  • Tesla Model S Long Range Plus – 402 = 647 km
  • Tesla Model S Performance – 387 = 622 km
  • Tesla Model X Long Range Plus – 371 = 596 km
  • Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD – 353 = 568 km
  • Tesla Model X Performance – 341 = 549 km
  • Tesla Model 3 Long Range RWD – 330 = 531 km
  • Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD – 326 = 525 km
  • Tesla Model 3 Performance – 315 = 506 km
  • Tesla Model Y Performance – 303 = 487 km
  • Tesla Model 3 SR + – 263 miles = 423 km

The list applies in any case to the most recently delivered Teslas. With an over the air update, some earlier versions, which have the required hardware on board, also get the extra range. This range increase is included in the update that is now rolling out (2020.40.8). If it is not in the release notes on your screen, then you will not get a range. The above list is based on the US EPA. The European WTLP range is even higher. But we know that these kilometers are totally unrealistic. My rule of thumb is that if you take 70% of the EPA range, then you have a realistic daily usable mileage without charging at your disposal. Even when it is a bit colder.