Hey guys so I took my 3p on its first real road trip this weekend. Prior to the trip I was getting 156 wh/km over my 2000kms driven so far which has been mostly around town. I was very pleasantly surprised with this as I've mostly driven in sport mode, mostly driven like a jackass and made minimal effort to get good efficiency. On the trip I struggled to get near this number, obviously driving too fast, around 115 - 125kph (70-75mph) which I know is outside the optimal efficiency range. At best I think I got into the high 170s, but spent most of the trip in the 190s or 200s. I'm not complaining at all about this and I know compared to other EVs, these numbers are great but I noticed immidiatly after supercharging my efficiency would tank. Within a mile or two of leaving the supercharger, I'd be in the 280s which is the highest I've ever seen it. It would very slowly tick away eventually making its way down to 200 but that could take near an hour of driving to get. I wouldn't say I was accelerating overly hard to get up to highway speed but regardless, even if I was flooring it for 4 or 5 seconds, I'd think this would barely have an effect on the average after just a couple of minutes. Also it seemed like my charge would go down considerably faster, the higher the charge. Based on this, one might conclude the car uses more energy when at a higher state of charge, perhaps it runs cooling fans and pumps at higher rates? I'm not complaining simply curious as to why this might be.