What was your speeds. I presume this was highway.Averaged 3.9 on a ~250 mile road trip this weekend. Charging it up at home shows this. I was impressed. View attachment 2911
Flat? Twisty?This was all back roads 45-55 in the mountains in northern NH.
It sounds like very efficient regen on the way back. I can't wait to get our PRO and try it out. We have a Fiat 500E and I've got pretty good at getting the most out of its limited battery; the ID.4 will be a lot of fun.To get there we went up in elevation quite a bit, and the reverse to get home. Lots of back roads and hills and valleys and turns yeah. This is with my son driving - he is on a learner's permit and probably is easier on the m/kwh than I would be.
D. Can't stand B.
Based on the two test drives I did, I couldn't agree more.D. Can't stand B.
Same. My driving is 80/20 city/highway with cabin set at 68 and ambient temps averaging about 60. My range is solidly 270.I've gotten use to B and use it almost exclusively.
Nicely done! Did you do the full road trip on a single "tank"?Averaged 3.9 on a ~250 mile road trip this weekend. Charging it up at home shows this. I was impressed.
ABC - Always Be Charging!Naw, we topped off at a free level 2 public charger at our destination. Always play it safe. That section of NH is pretty sparse for public charging so you take your chance when you have it.