Well I wasn’t wanting to, but I drove almost 4 miles with the display at 0% and the range left at 0 miles on my way home from picking up my car...At least 2% of the state of charge (SoC) window, 1.7-1.8 kWh. Perhaps the top buffer is 3.6 kWh then to bring it up to the full 90 kWh from 84.7 kWh.
When the dealer has I-Paces in inventory, they must keep a worksheet (PDI-32605) detailing the battery SoC when delivered, and every 30 days thereafter.
They warn the dealer the car must not go below 0% SoC on the dashboard OR not lower than 2% on the Diagnostic Tool. That means the diagnostic tool is 2% lower than the displayed reading. There could be more buffer under the 2%, but probably not.
More interesting? For long term storage, they want it at 35% SoC. If it is under 15% or over 60% SoC, they want them to adjust the car to 35%. This might explain why my car had 30-35% on it when it was delivered. They don't expect a car to lose more than 5% in 30 days, but if it does drop >5%, charge up to 35%.
Anybody feeling lucky? It might be possible to drive up to 5 miles on 0%, but you better bring a tow truck.[img= class=inlineimg]https://www.i-paceforum.com/forum/images/I-PaceForum/smilies/tango_face_grin.png[/img]