Tesla has released a new version of their mobile app on Friday afternoon, adding a new feature that makes tracking your charging costs much easier.
The release notes of version 4.5.1 on the iOS App Store are the same as the previous version, indicating only minor bug fixes and improvements were included, but a closer look shows there is now a new tab called Charge Stats. (h/t: @kkvr2823)
The new tab displays a rolling 31 day average of your charging statistics and costs, according to @Teslascope, who says this feature has been in the hands of a few owners over the last year for limited testing.
Once in the tab you can configure it to your utility provider (there is an extensive prepopulated list which you can filter to your location) in order for the app to perform the calculations with your local electricity rates.
Once you have you can see both home, Supercharging, and ‘other’ costs, and the amount of total kWh charged over the time period.
The app also provides a gas equivalent cost to show just how much you are saving by going electric.
This update is now available on the iOS App Store, but appears to be going out in waves as not everyone is able to download the latest version.