As we already know, Tesla is the first manufacturer to introduce a series-produced all-electric car with an EPA range of more than 400 miles: the 2020 Model S Long Range Plus can go up to 402 miles (646.8 km).
Just recently, the updated Model S rating was released on EPA's website so we can see also the efficiency numbers. As it turns out, the combined energy consumption result is 117 MPGe - 288 Wh/mi (179 Wh/km). That's over 5% better than previously.
Considering that the prices of Model S are also lowered (now at $74,990 plus $1,200 DST), the value proposition is significantly better than a year ago.
2020 Tesla Model S Long Range Plus EPA rating:
range of 402 miles (646.8 km)
energy consumption (including charging losses):
combined: 117 MPGe - 288 Wh/mi (179 Wh/km)
city: 121 MPGe - 279 Wh/mi (173 Wh/km)
highway: 112 MPGe - 301 Wh/mi (187 Wh/km)