Okay, so you all know that in my first few days of driving my new 2019 Jaguar I-Pace (mostly around town for city driving), I settled in around 39.0 kWh - 39.5 kWh/100 mi., so theoretically, my I-Pace should be getting approx 210-230 mi. of range on a full 100% charge. So, now as promised, I did a nice long, mostly highway drive today to a customer's house and back. Here are the stats I experienced in my I-Pace today for highway driving (pictures attached):
Vehicle set to:
Normal, Comfort Driving Mode, nothing on (no A/C or cooled seats today as we had a cold front come through last night and it's a crisp, "cool" 67 degrees F, lol!
) except I had the radio blasting the entire time. Cruise Control set to 77-78mph but the car kept adjusting the speed based cars in front of me, etc. The Air Suspension was set to Normal ride height (can't verify if it did in fact lower as it's supposed to for higher speeds).
Total Miles Driven:
113.3 mi. (about 105 mi. on the highway)
Total miles left according to the vehicle:
Average Battery Usage:
44.1 kWh/100 mi
So, correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems that with normal driving on the highway in regular weather conditions, I should theoretically get a max range of approx 190 mi., correct? Maybe a bit less if I have the A/C and Seat Cooling on...so likely 180 mi. I would imagine. Does that seem fair to you guys? Thank you.