For those of you interested, here is a link to the datalog that we’re keeping.  It’s a Google Docs file, for your viewing pleasure.

Go ahead and geek out on the numbers.  We’ll try to update when we have time.

Also, here are the elevation profiles for our route legs:

Leg 1: San Francisco, CA to Auburn, CA

Leg 2: Auburn, CA to Fernley, NV

Leg 3: Fernley, NV to Winnemucca, NV

Leg 4: Winnemucca, NV to Elko, NV

Leg 5: Elko, NV to Salt Lake City, UT

Leg 6: Salt Lake City, UT to Rock Springs, WY

Leg 7: Rock Springs, WY to Laramie, WY

Leg 8: Laramie, WY to Ogallala, NE

Leg 9: Ogallala, NE to Lincoln, NE

Leg 10: Lincoln, NE to Adel (West Des Moines) IA

Leg 11: Adel, IA to Davenport, IL

Davenport, IL to Chicago, IL

Chicago, IL to Elkhart, IN

Elkhart, IN to Sandusky, OH

Sandusky, OH to Madison (Pittsburgh) PA


Madison, PA to Hagerstown, MD


Hagerstown, MD to Northern MD


Northern MD to Washington, DC



4 thoughts on “Datalog


    Thanks a ton for posting your data. This is for certain the MOST SIGNIFICANT data to come out about the Model S in real world driving conditions. You are all PIONEERS!!!

  2. Thanks a lot for the interesting data in the datalog!
    The data (up to drive 9) show that your model S85 uses at an average speed of 50 miles/h around 300 Wh/mile. And you get a mileage of about 260 miles per charge. Driven on a route with falling and rising gradients and with AC on.
    This range would serve me well. 😉 But I have to wait an other half of year.
    I wish you a lot of fun with your nice car
    (sorry for my bad english)

  3. Again, congrats on a successful trip. Hopefully you got some real sleep over the weekend. Unfortunately, now you probably have to go back to work. If you can find the time, please update your spreadsheet with info past Sandusky, OH. I am particularly interested in the city/suburban driving driving around DC-Balitimore after you posted that teaser photo.

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