evnow wrote:I see reports of 20% loss in winter in Tesla forums...
This seems consistent with what I experience with my Zap Xebra in Spokane. It takes a lot of power to heat the car, but once warm, in moderately cold weather (say around freezing) it does not take a lot to keep it warm. 50 amps at 72 volts heats up the Xebra pretty quickly, and after that I just have to give it the occasional brief shot on low power (25 amps).
A driver in North Dakota in January would use a lot more heat.
Reserved afternoon of 4/20.
"You can order" email late September, but was out of the country so...
Ordered very early October.
Dashboard says: more of the usual worthless Nissan b.s.
(Not on spreadsheet cuz I can't figure it out.)