So what range are you Guy's currently getting at 80%

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Post by SilverCupra » Wed Nov 02, 2022 4:57 pm

Now that we are into November, I have certainly noticed a drop in range as expected..

As I always charge my car to 80% as per the dealers recommendations, my range has now dropped to below 180 miles on these cold wet November mornings.

This is with a figure of 3.0 to 3.5 miles per kilowatt..

Are you guy's getting about the same ?

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Post by Nacaduct » Wed Nov 02, 2022 7:08 pm

According to the GOM, I am supposed to get around 335km on 80% charge, but… as soon as I drive about 10km, the GOM depreciates to about 270km… go figure.

I find the percentage more accurate - I seem to get around 50km using about 14, 15% consistently.
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Post by daern » Wed Nov 30, 2022 10:26 am

Was reporting 205 miles on a 100% charge last week, so maybe 160-ish on 80% right now. Just checked our car and it's down to 108 miles @ 57% after my wife's commute this morning, so more like 190 right now, which is 3.3 mi/kWh.

Cold weather is brutal!

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Post by Daveion » Wed Nov 30, 2022 10:41 am

5 deg C day today in Essex. 34 mile run in B mode 3.8 miles/kW, cabin temp 17C no AC or recirc.
Projected 220 at 100%.
Very happy with that.
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Post by TheBornIDentity » Wed Nov 30, 2022 11:24 am

I’m getting about 160 miles and it’s saying about 3.4 miles/kWh but that’s not true (it’s less). I’m set at 20c, aircon on and I’m using timed cabin preheating twice a day hence the nonsense miles per kWh.

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Post by daern » Thu Dec 01, 2022 2:49 pm

For a bit of fun, this is all of my journeys since we first got the car back in July:


You can definitely see the trend down in miles/kwh over the months as things have cooled off. It's not quite as dramatic as perhaps I was expecting, but we're not really into the properly cold period yet, so it'll be interesting to repeat this next summer when the car is a year old.

(By way of benchmark, both my wife and I drive it, neither are particularly careful with getting the very best out of the range so the car is normally driven quite briskly, while typically set to the lowest auto "dot" on the heating, and 19 or 20C depending on who is driving it)

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