So I remember seeing someone ask it somewhere - if you give a Model 3 to one of those mileage-obsessed hypermiling ridiculously slow Prius drivers, do they still drive like a Prius driver? That sort of description exactly describes me. To the general annoyance of my wife (she loves me, really), I drove my Prius like I was running an experiment to see how efficient you could drive. When I traded in my Prius for a Model 3, my trip B odometer that I had never reset showed an average MPG of 54 - and you don't get that kind of number driving fast. It might not be the best MPG number for a Prius, but it was a pretty good number averaged across almost 50,000 miles. And so I am able to provide one data point to this quest... For me, I do not drive like Prius drivers any more. Now I sort of drive like a normal driver. I'm not crazy with the car but so far I drive it like someone normal and not a guy with a car that that does something close to 0-60mph in 5s, but I'm definitely not sitting behind trucks any more and I don't take 15 second to go from 0 to 40mph. And every once in a while, I put that pedal down and just smile. Of course one of these days when they add more power tracking features than that lame Wh/mile odometer, I might revert back to my sluggish driving ways.