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Driving EVs until they die

Video tests a few EVs to see what happens when they completely run out of juice


The Jaguar I-PACE had 20miles of range at 0% SOC. At the end, it just shuts down and stops


https://youtu.be/ZH7V2tU3iFc
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I just could never let my EV die like that! Honestly, even 50-60% SOC and I start to get a wee nervous, LOL!
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I just could never let my EV die like that! Honestly, even 50-60% SOC and I start to get a wee nervous, LOL!
I've had my Fiat 500e at 0% few times. Not fun

Good to know there are a few miles left on the I-Pace just incase
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The Jaguar has a blue line on the discharge side of the power meter when you get really low SOC. When you hit about ~2%, it starts to derate the power which is still plenty for the freeway. At 0% you have a fraction of the maximum power. There are lots of warnings.
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Summary of miles travelled before dying:

EQC - 194 miles (75% of WLTP)
e-tron - 206 miles (81% of WLTP)
Leaf - 208 miles (87% of WLTP)
I-PACE - 223 miles (76% of WLTP)
e-Niro - 255 miles (90% of WLTP)
Model 3 - 270 miles (78% of WLTP)
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They should have done this test with 3 Jag, one in Eco, one in Comfort, one in Dynamic, and they should have been more explicit of the type of Jag : pre or post H264.

Comparing the WLTP or EPA rate with a highway only journey does not make a lot of sense, considering that those rate are calculated with a mix a different roads.
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I found it odd that all of them started at below 100% charge. They claimed to have charged them all overnight, but they then all .lost a few% sitting overnight. Never seen that on mine. Anyone notice?
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SIL came home from a long journey in my I-Pace with 1 mile showing on the meter. Did not shut down.
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I found it odd that all of them started at below 100% charge. They claimed to have charged them all overnight, but they then all .lost a few% sitting overnight. Never seen that on mine. Anyone notice?
No, I can leave my Jag on the driveway for a couple of days without driving it, and when I take it back, I have the same SoC.
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I found it odd that all of them started at below 100% charge. They claimed to have charged them all overnight, but they then all .lost a few% sitting overnight. Never seen that on mine. Anyone notice?
Mine sat outside in the winter (temps in the teens), for greater than 2 weeks, and never lost any SOC...
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