You are right! it went to 50KW and after 5 minutes slowly ramped up to 75KW then at 10 minutes went to 104KW where it charged for 10-15 minutes and started reducing back down again...How long did it take for the charging to ramp-up? Apparently, when it's that low, it doesn't start charging at full power right away?
Our long road trip last month from TX to OH was great in our 100D. The range estimator was always off by 8%-10%. We drove 5-8 over the posted speed limit. Always charged for an extra 5-10 minutes because of this.
Why? Why do you add 75 miles (257-182) back to 257? What are you trying to calculate?
Did you start with about 257 rated miles.
So based on this experience, won't you need about 75 extra rated miles (on top of 257 = 332) to start with?
ouch, that sux. i was probably 10 minutes away from being too dead to go any further...however if the supercharger would have been further than that I would have pulled up my plugshare app and tried to find a chademo charger...I was at San Diego supercharger yesterday and saw one delivered on the back of a tow truck. He said went to 0 and he kept going
Then car said to go 35mph. He came up 1 mile short. To get supercharger to work
AAA driver had to connect a jumper to front battery.
No. Rated range means range on the EPA test cycle.i was going 5mph over (75) which is also 10mph over what Tesla rates their range at...(rated range is based on 65MPH right??)
5 people and baggage in the X will be another factor!
Amateur... drove a P90D to -15 miles... you can sort of tell how much you have left as the power output gets less and less...