I did a mini road trip of my own from DC to the Smith Bowman Distillery (highly recommended!) in Fredericksburg, VA this past weekend. The trip was around 60 miles each way with 1/3rd in urban Memorial Day traffic and the rest at highway speeds (75-80 mph) with a few bursts of rapid acceleration to get around slow cars (and for fun). I set out with the SOC at 100% and GoM showing a range of 264 miles (temps were in the high 70s/mid 80s). There were four adults in the car and we had the AC and the front cooled seats going full time. On the way back we had a couple cases of bourbon and gin plus the extra weight of all the food/drinks we had at lunch (@Foode - also highly recommended). The In Control app showed a consumption of 35.5 kWh/100 mi on the way there and 35.3 kWh/100 mi on the way back. When I got home the SoC was at 49% with the GoM showing a range of 120 miles. According to my calculations the furthest I will ever need to go on a single charge is 120 miles. My concerns of range have officially been banished.
HSE | Caesium Blue/Siena Tan | 20" Style 5068 wheels | Received 01/09/2019