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post #21 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-10-2018, 02:31 AM
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Mostly California freeway, 65-85 mph. Commute of ~90 miles per day round trip, plus errands, weekend travel ball, etc. Average actual range right around 200 mi per charge consistently with the Bolt, and the 200 mile real world range was enough to eliminate any range anxiety. I never go more than about 150 miles in a day locally, and if we take a road trip, we take the wife's gas SUV. I do not believe in range anxiety, and would not consider a car with range much lower than ~200. Life is too short to spend any time at all worrying about a car battery.
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post #22 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-11-2018, 12:54 AM
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The official EPA figure is due to be released within the next 3 to 4 weeks. Looks like 234 is going to be it.
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The official EPA figure is due to be released within the next 3 to 4 weeks. Looks like 234 is going to be it.
One of the Nyland videos suggests that, of the 90 kwh battery pack, only 81.5 kwh is available for charge/use. I'm sure there is a reason why this is, but I'm not an expert and haven't looked it up as of yet. That said, is it possible that a future OTA software update could improve that number and extend range?
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One of the Nyland videos suggests that, of the 90 kwh battery pack, only 81.5 kwh is available for charge/use. I'm sure there is a reason why this is, but I'm not an expert and haven't looked it up as of yet. That said, is it possible that a future OTA software update could improve that number and extend range?
Anything's possible, but I wouldn't bet on it.
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I assume the 90 vs 81.5 is warranty reserve. Actually range does not seem as bad on 81.5 kWh as 90 kWh.
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One of the Nyland videos suggests that, of the 90 kwh battery pack, only 81.5 kwh is available for charge/use. I'm sure there is a reason why this is, but I'm not an expert and haven't looked it up as of yet. That said, is it possible that a future OTA software update could improve that number and extend range?
It could, it seems to be about double what Tesla uses. However, perhaps this also is why they say you can charge to 100% on a daily basis whereas Tesla advises you to charge to 80 or 90% most days to avoid extra wear on the battery?

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It's official EPA rated 234 miles
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It's official EPA rated 234 miles



...and the link is where...?

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...and the link is where...?

"up to 234mi. range" is everywhere now; it's even on the Jaguar USA website.

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meaningless until it's on the EPA site...
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