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It's been pretty cold in Denver lately but nothing horrific. 20-40s F.

This is a screenshot from earlier today.

Also in the journeys section of the app, I seem to be getting a lot of 1.5 mi/kWh - seems pretty crappy, right?

When I parked the car tonight to charge I had 19% battery left and 33 miles left on the guessometer. I had driven 140.xx miles on this charge.

Let me know what you all think..
 

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Looks fine to me. Of course the bar graphs are only helpful with the detail; average speed and distance of the trip. And of course if your average speed involves odd things such as a 45 minute high speed run followed by sitting in a traffic jam with the car on for 45 minutes, it really skews the usefulness of the data.
 

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Most of my driving is in the city overall. I think average MPH is something like 28.
 

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Is there one that shows historic info for range impact?

When I clicked on it earlier the only thing that showed was the auto defroster - which I turned off.
 

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Is there one that shows historic info for range impact?

When I clicked on it earlier the only thing that showed was the auto defroster - which I turned off.
Yeah I think it's per "journey" ... do a standard commute and see what it tells you afterwards. (Or is that it .. the defroster? In which case: not useful)
 

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Be interesting to hear about range changes (I-Pace AND Tesla) from people getting through the coming "Life-Threatening Polar Vortex" temperatures expected this week in much of the U.S.

(Sorry, guys - I'm in Phoenix, and it's not hitting here.)
 

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Be interesting to hear about range changes (I-Pace AND Tesla) from people getting through the coming "Life-Threatening Polar Vortex" temperatures expected this week in much of the U.S.

(Sorry, guys - I'm in Phoenix, and it's not hitting here.)
Someone just got a "you're car might not work" type of text on a Volt yesterday. Mine's staying in the garage plugged in for the next 2 days. I grew up here and have no recollection off -40 to -50 wind chill warnings, like, ever. I'm taking it very seriously.
 

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Someone just got a "you're car might not work" type of text on a Volt yesterday. Mine's staying in the garage plugged in for the next 2 days. I grew up here and have no recollection off -40 to -50 wind chill warnings, like, ever. I'm taking it very seriously.
Having lived the vast majority of my life in this frozen wasteland, just want to point out that windchill will cool an inanimate object (like a car) more quickly, but it won’t make it colder than the actual temp
 

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Someone just got a "you're car might not work" type of text on a Volt yesterday. Mine's staying in the garage plugged in for the next 2 days. I grew up here and have no recollection off -40 to -50 wind chill warnings, like, ever. I'm taking it very seriously.

Well, best wishes to all of those impacted (my family's from Ohio). Sounds very serious.
 

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Having lived the vast majority of my life in this frozen wasteland, just want to point out that windchill will cool an inanimate object (like a car) more quickly, but it won’t make it colder than the actual temp
Quite right. I'd go with "strips the warmth out of" more quickly. It lends itself to the seriousness of the current situation. I've gained a new respect for Canadians over the past 2 days. I don't remember the last time I felt this trapped by weather.

Well, best wishes to all of those impacted (my family's from Ohio). Sounds very serious.
Thanks, that's a very nice sentiment.
 

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I drove yesterday night when it was 4 degrees out and -20 windchill. Biggest thing I saw was that with the climate on GOM was down by 50 Miles. With it off the car still was able to show 200 miles range (with precharging). When I got to work the car was at 95%. I then left my car out in the cold for about 5 hours, and when I started again after "preheating" the car for 30 min (not plugged in) I was down to about 90% battery.
 
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