EV Range highs and lows

Discussion in 'Hyundai Kona Electric' started by Mattsburgh, Apr 15, 2019.

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  1. Mattsburgh

    Mattsburgh Member

    A lot of people have been discussing EV Range, I was thinking it might be nice to see what others get for estimates when fully charged. My goal is 300 miles / 482 km, and driving pretty conservatively, I've managed to get to 297 miles on a full charge.

    My current driving score is 98% economical and 2% normal. I live in a fairly hilly area, and the temps have been very moderate, between 40-70. I think the hills hurt a bit, obviously you can regen coming down the other side but I think it uses more power to get up the hill than you ever get back, so generally flat driving would likely be better, but I'm just guessing.

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  2. Esprit1st

    Esprit1st Active Member

    The question is, did you actually drive 298 miles, or is that what the gom said?

    I drove to a beach downhill the other day for 3 miles. I regenerated 6 miles. But going back uphill the instant usage display was so low I'm sure I used more than what was regenerated. Also, if it wouldn't use more it would be a Perpetuum, and I doubt Hyundai found a way to do that

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  3. Mattsburgh

    Mattsburgh Member

    That's just the estimate, I didn't drive 297 miles, nor would I try to haha. (but I might try 250 if it was still telling me I had about 50 left in the "tank")
     
  4. Esprit1st

    Esprit1st Active Member

    Yeah, on one of my drives I had 12 left when I pulled into the charger. Wasn't my intention, but low temperature and wet roads bumped up the consumption.

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  5. KiwiME

    KiwiME New Member

    I always track my energy use carefully on trips and am finding that currently, in summer temps, need to allocate 24% SoC for each 100 km as to not take risks. The round trip in the graph includes substantially-hilly roads, up to 700m, use of both heat and AC, driver only, 90-105 kph. I've also plotted GoM vs distance at the same points but would never consider it as useful or reliable as SoC.
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  6. electriceddy

    electriceddy Active Member

    Seems about right for the conditions, 2.4%/10km ,GOM not that far off. I like to use SOC as well but it's so easy just to look at the indicated(estimated) remaining kms ( while keeping track of actual consumption- Wh/km)
     

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