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T4U for Tesla is the first application to track and
follow your Tesla. Available for all Tesla S3XY You can also access to the
Webapp with more statistics on : connect.tesla-4u.com Created and designed by
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The following contact options are available: Pricing Information, Support, General Help, and Press Information/New Coverage (to guage reputation).
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I was using this app on my M3 along with another iOS app Stats for Tesla. I’ve been using both apps about a month now and have been consistently losing about 20 miles of range each 24 hour period. I did an experiment whereby I changed my main Tesla password and reloaded each app individually. I discovered that Stats for Tesla did not contribute to vampire drain whatsoever. However, this app Tesla 4 U contributed significantly to vampire drain at the rate of anywhere from .66 to 1.2 miles per hour which is unacceptable. By the way, without this app polling my car I lost no range after 11 hours. Although this app has some nice features and it’s free, I can’t recommend due to the high vampire drain rates.
Wrong battery info I have a 85 but your showing I have 93 kw available and my 2013 has no range loss
I downloaded this app since it seems to have a unique ability to determine battery degradation? However, the app correctly recognizes my car as a ‘S2 75’ and says I have a 90 kWh battery??? After using it for a month it says I have zero degradation and should have a range of 275 mi? I really wish that was true, but I’m really at 224-225 mi at 100% SoC on my 75 kWh battery... Not useful in the current release
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