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  • Hi Lanber
    Following your post on 18/05/18, did you have your 85 kWh pack changed? If yes, to which capacity?
    Thanks in advance for your reply,

    In a recent post regarding battery capacity you said "My 85 battery reports having 75kwh available now and of that 71.2kwh are from 100%-0 then I have 3.8kwh below 0 before car goes into anti bricking." How do you know how much kWh your battery has available and how much is used from 100-0%?

    Hello. Didnt spot this. You need to plug in a bluetooth plug and connect to your phone. Then you can monitor what the BMS thinks the car has available. But know that once one of the 16 blocks fall below the threshold volt it will stop. So keep a keen eye on the power limiter when you push the envelop. 40kw and you are stepping on the line, 20kw and the car will stop.
    So my car reports 75.1 kwh available in pack (pluss anti brick that we never can see or touch). 100% charge is 75.1kwh, then every 10% the car uses 7.2kwh so at 0km range the car will have a buffer of 3.1kwh before antibricking kicks in (you can see this in BMS). Makes sence or many people would get stranded
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