The Verge:

Tesla has lowered the range estimates across several Model Y, S, and X vehicles in the US, reducing the figure on certain trims by up to six percent. As reported by Electrek, Tesla’s online configurator now displays an estimated range of 285 miles for the Model Y’s Performance trim, down 37 miles from its previous 303-mile estimate. 

The Model Y Long Range is down to 310 miles from 330 while the Model X’s Plaid has dropped from 333 miles to 326. Estimates for the Model S Plaid have also been updated — more specifically, the configuration with 19-inch wheels which has fallen from 396 miles to 359. These changes have not been made to Tesla’s UK and EU listings, and ranges across other vehicles like the Cybertruck, Model 3, and the Model Y Rear-Wheel Drive remain unaffected.

A before and after comparison of the Model X Plaid trim’s estimated mileage.
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MuskWire TLDR:

Tesla has reduced the range estimates for several of its Model Y, S, and X vehicles in the United States. The range figures for certain trims have been lowered by up to six percent. The Model Y’s Performance trim, for example, now has an estimated range of 285 miles, down from its previous estimate of 303 miles. The Model Y Long Range has also seen a decrease from 330 miles to 310 miles, while the Model X’s Plaid trim has dropped from 333 miles to 326 miles. The Model S Plaid with 19-inch wheels has seen its range fall from 396 miles to 359 miles. These changes have not been implemented in Tesla’s UK and EU listings, and other vehicles such as the Cybertruck, Model 3, and Model Y Rear-Wheel Drive remain unaffected.