Yes, I'm driving a 2011 Leaf with a 40kWh battery *and* extender battery, all with correct GOM indication and.... well, still working on fixing the latest bugs, but that's just a matter of time before they're all good.
Do you have any detail about your extender build?
jrhirsch wrote: ↑Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:29 pmMux, that's great news! Thousands of Leafs now have the chance to be resurrected with reasonable range. Looking forward to the release of your can bus. Will be looking for a donor vehicle.
In a previous comment you mentioned it's price would be about $50. Please don't undersell yourself. The electronics may be inexpensive but your labor to get this figured out, tested, and manufactured wasn't cheap. It's in the best interest for Nissan Leaf owners to keep you economically healthy so you don't have to scrimp and produce a reliable and well engineered product.
This TCO estimate doesn't make any sense. How on earth would you plow $20,000 into a $5,000 used Prius over as little as five years?