So I drove from my house in Brighton (NE of Denver) to the top of Mount Evans today. It's about 160 mi. round trip (incl. a few errands on the way) with an elevation change from ~5000 ft. to ~14,000 ft. I charged to 100% just prior to leaving just in case we decided on a detour. I used 57% of the battery to get up there (indicator showing 43%). I wish I would have thought to take a picture of the screen but the wh/mi was over 370. On the way down, I was recharging the battery with regen. The wh/mi went to -180 after 20 miles or so (you read the negative number correctly). Again, I wish I would have thought to take a picture, but I didn't. The battery was back up to 48% at one point in Lakewood. By the time I got to the grocery store near my house, the battery was at 38% and my total wh/mi for the round trip was 260. It was hot in Denver today. The car said 106 at one point before I left town. I had the AC set at 65 until we got pretty high up (it was in the mid 50's at the top). Also, I have a lead foot and I wasn't taking it easy. I My total wh/mi in 2800 miles of ownership is about 260 so the average on this trip was as if the mountain wasn't even there. Fun test on a fun trip.