Yes. The lower the SOC is, the lower the degradation. If you charge daily, you could set the schedule to have the charge finished shortly before your first drive for the day, this will lower the average SOC and keep the degradation low.
No problem using the power for short bursts. Below 20% SOC, perhaps it is a good idea to not use too much power too often( its slower anyway so).
I like power and to hard acceleration and have still not almost any range after 41.000km.
If yo start testing the top speed often and do a lot of acceleration to 200kph or more it could cause some more degradation but shorts bursts probably do not wear much at all.
Interesting… what are your thoughts on this?
Do Electric Car (EV) Batteries Degrade Over Time? - Midtronics
Sadly, I don't have a charger at home. So I can only charge at work or use superchargers. But when using Supercharger. I only charge 10-20% not a full charge. I'm trying to keep the battery mostly at 50-55% and sometimes charge it when it's at 20%.
When do you think i should do a full 100% charge? I haven't done that yet. The car is like 3 weeks old almost. I'm thinking soon I may. Maybe start tomorrow? Since I'll be away from work and charger? Also what is the best way to track the degradation any free tools?
Thanks soo much for all your input! @AAKEE