I think that driving certain stretches with certain climate control settings could get something on the order of 0.6 EV miles per mile driven. As I was driving I checked the EV miles gained between mile markers on I-96. During that 1 mile stretch I got between 0.6 and 0.7. As I watched the next mile it was clear I was not getting the same for that mile. I don't know what the difference is. After seeing the 0.6 for that mile I was surprised when I calculated it using the actual EV miles gained vs miles driven that it was as low as 0.3. It is not a steady 0.3 EV mile for every mile. I need to test it at MIS where every 1.5 miles is exactly the same. I should make it clear that, if under certain road conditions and climate settings one can get better HV Charge mpg, they would also get better HV mpg and that HV Charge will always be less than HV.