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    Quote Originally Posted by TEG View Post
    We took to calling the Model S version 'HPC2' for a while. Not sure if Tesla ever called it that themselves though...
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    This is 'weird'... Check out this unfinished page:
    Charging Model S | Tesla Motors
    HPC2 was a natural extension since Tesla was referring to the Model S UMC as the UMC2.

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    Looks like someone has an oil leak.

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    Perf Tesla Model S (any edition) with the Performance option
    P85 Performance edition of the 85 kWh Tesla Model S
    S85 Standard (non-performance) edition of the 85 kWh Tesla Model S
    We should probably add P85+ to this list for Model S.

    But my real point for posting is for X...

    For now let's assume the battery sizes are the same as the S.

    X60
    X85
    X85A? X85D?
    X85AP? X85DP?

    Also, when/if AWD comes to S ...
    S85AP? S85DP?
    S85AP+? S85DP+?


    Note that (AFAIK) (1) "S (non-AWD) Perf" exists but "X non-AWD Perf" won't while (2) "X AWD non-Perf" will exist while "S AWD Non-Perf" might not.
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    In the event anyone is still updating the list of acronyms how's about adding MPH (Miles Per Hour of charge)?
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    Should a second entry for SC as Service Center be added?

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    I was reading something on the roadster and don´t know what a PEM is - have only heard of it as a kind of fuel cell which this is obviously not about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbes View Post
    I was reading something on the roadster and don´t know what a PEM is - have only heard of it as a kind of fuel cell which this is obviously not about.
    For fuel cells, PEM is the Proton Exchange Membrane.

    For the Tesla Roadster, PEM stands for Power Electronics Module.
    What is the PEM?

    That should probably be part of this list.


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