I drove from Parker, CO (elevation 5,869) to Tabernash (elevation 8,333) today, a 97.8 mile drive. I started with a full range charge on a lovely day. The temperature at the start was 62F and was 55F in Tabernash. I used 35.4 kWh for an average of 362 wpm. I had 138 of rated range remaining and 174 miles of projected range remaining using a 30 mile average. I had the regenerative brakes set to max, as I usually do. Climate control set to 70F and I typically was doing 5-10 mph over the limit. The highest usage was over 900 wpm going over Berthoud Pass at 11,307 ft. I'll post the stats for the return trip later in the week. Editorial note: This car is a real pleasure to drive in the mountains. Instant torque and regenerative brakes make it very easy to drive. There is no searching for gears on the climbs and no need to ride the brakes on the downhills.