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  1. I've been using ABRP a lot lately for trip planning around my region, and one thing I have always wondered is how ABRP accounts for changes in temperature. Does it use a theoretical equation to account for denser air at lower temperatures only? Does it make an assumption on heater use? Can you see HVAC power use from the API? Or is it from empirical data? Also, I've been driving a lot with a roof rack and ski box over the winter, which significantly skewed my consumption (see my consumption test -> http://kootenayevfamily.ca/model-3-roof-rack-consumption-test/) - I have used my testing to inform the base reference consumption I put in ABRP. I'm wondering though if I'm now skewing the data backwards to your site! Also, what about which wheels are on the car? How do you split that out in the empirical data so you know how to tweak things in ABRP? (for example, my VIN probably shows with the option codes that I have 18" aero wheels... well that's only true for my winter wheels, for my all seasons which I just put on, I have Replika R187 'turbine' wheels...
  2. Hi Jason, can you please clarify if this is when you open the ABRP website IN THE CAR BROWSER, or does it take effect when you log in from some random computer or phone too?
  3. What total capacity are you using for long-range Model 3's? Using the rated consumption and rated km's, I show only ~70 kWh in my new Model 3, but interpolating from your graph above, it appears you are using 75 kWh. Does the model use 75 or 70?What total capacity are you using for long-range Model 3's? Using the rated consumption and rated km's, I show only ~70 kWh in my new Model 3, but interpolating from your graph above, it appears you are using 75 kWh. Does the model use 75 or 70?
  4. I must be a bit thick - I've searched and can't figure out how I would run ABRP in my Model 3 to contribute real-world data to your excellent model! Is there a blog post I'm missing?
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