It is not that you have failed to explain - you have failed to understand. See Andy's post above too.SanDust wrote:I've tried to explain this to you several times. Think about it. If you're trying to determine how many kWh you're putting into the battery it doesn't matter what the kWh/100 mile figure is. The EPA drains the battery. Then it charges the battery and measures how much power has delivered from the wall. It's just simple counting and it's all that matters. The range and the kWh/100 miles only comes into play because you're trying to find how many kWh are in one charge.evnow wrote:Turns out they used fudged range to calculate kwh/100 miles, for eg.
They have not disclosed "unadjusted" kwh used to charge the vehicle back. If you think they have disclosed that - show me where it is and exactly what it is.
ps : You do know we are no longer in the 101 class