It think it is better than that.
You travelled 114 miles, and 27 more miles to go, better than the EPA range.
You also consumed 23.3 kW with 16% of the pack capacity remaining.
Some of the math you can do is 114 miles/23300W = (114+27)miles/?W. W=28818
And if 28818W takes you 141 miles, that is 204.38 W/mile. Sound familiar?
Lets say that is being optimistic.
If 23.3kW is (100-16) % of capacity, then capacity is 27738W.
I guess that is being pessimistic
My car is right now showing 26% and 27 miles to go.
It has consumed an average 250 W/mile over 2508 miles. I forgot to reset the trip meter. Several times.
So 27 miles is 6750W, and that is 26% of 25961W. Wow, I guess this heat is killing my battery.
BUT, if you look back to my first post in this thread, I said that my pack had a capacity of 25.96kW. What a coincidence. That was calculating from 57% 2 weeks ago. Then in my second post after a full charge, Forscan said battery capacity was 27.5kW.
So with all that said, I believe your pack is more of the optimistic value. Maybe even better. So no worries.