OrientExpress wrote:The efficiency number that I look for is the miles per kWh. On average every BEV out there today is in the 4.5 mile/kWh range, from Nissan to Tesla. Of course, there will always be Hypermilers that get significantly better mileage, but on average the number is in the 4~4.5 mile range.
This may not exactly be real world, but...
Last Sunday someone from Germany drove in his Ioniq EV all day and set a record range of 400 km (249 miles)!
Efficiency was 6.6 kWh/100km or 15.2 km/kWh (10.6 kWh/100mi or 9.4 mi/kWh).
DNAinaGoodWay wrote:My favorites:
jdcbomb wrote:Those two pics are pretty good. Anyone have access to the Facebook group to post more pics here? I seem to not be able to see any of them or have no way to "join" that group.
...Based on the charging stats, I believe the car has a 50-60 kWh battery. As a side note, the gen2 car seems rather large compared to the gen1 car, I believe the wheelbase is about 10-12" longer...
dhanson865 wrote:You must not spend much time on the Tesla forums (teslamotorsclub.com). They talk about (333 wh/m) 3 miles per kWh like it's good efficiency. You talk to them about (250 wh/m) 4 miles per kWh and they'll look at you like you are crazy.