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Here you can find a big overview of most of all available electric cars, with figures, charts and video's from Bjorn Nyland, Kris Rifa, Battery life and others
Now with the real average consumption, charging curves and average speed with charging time included for the long trips.
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Could be interesting but would like to download so as to update for UK. Also to add some other calculated fields/columns such as cost per kWh capacity and lifetime running costs.
 

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Google sheets. What a pile of c*rp that is. Please can we have this in Excel?
 

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Thanks OP - very interesting & useful.

(I cringe whenever I open threads like this when someone has gone to the effort of posting something they think others might benefit from or be interested in, and instead of some basic manners and gratitude they are often greeted with downright rudeness.)
 

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I suspect there's a bit of inaccuracy in it? I looked at Ioniq 38 and ID.3 as I've owned both these, so am interested to see the comparisons. Capacity kWh column doesn't say whether this is useable, or total.

Ioniq 38 has 38.3 kWh useable, as per the spreadsheet.
ID.3 1st Plus has 58 kWh useable, but shows 62 in spreadsheet.

What's this column showing please? I'd prefer useable, myself. See ev-database.uk for more info.

Edit: just looked harder, and the measured useable is further to the right. I'm not sure Hyundai.Kia ever revealed the "actual" capacity installed. Maybe this column could be labelled "nominal capacity" ?
 
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I suspect there's a bit of inaccuracy in it? I looked at Ioniq 38 and ID.3 as I've owned both these, so am interested to see the comparisons. Capacity kWh column doesn't say whether this is useable, or total.

Ioniq 38 has 38.3 kWh useable, as per the spreadsheet.
ID.3 1st Plus has 58 kWh useable, but shows 62 in spreadsheet.

What's this column showing please? I'd prefer useable, myself. See ev-database.uk for more info.
In column E you find the manufacturer spec and in column P you find the real useable capacity calculated from the test's
 

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Could be interesting but would like to download so as to update for UK. Also to add some other calculated fields/columns such as cost per kWh capacity and lifetime running costs.
Well, make a copy (in the menu "file") and add the columns you want to add :)
 

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Google sheets. What a pile of c*rp that is. Please can we have this in Excel?
You can download it as an excel spreadsheet if you wish, on the google sheet go to File>Download>Microsoft Excel.
Of course it won't be updated as per the web version automatically so you'll need to download again when/if changes are made
 

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Google sheets. What a pile of c*rp that is. Please can we have this in Excel?
Not the normal response an OP likes to receive after putting in time and effort to produce and share this with everyone. Usually posts like "Thanks" and "Thats great" follow quite an informative post. Especially when, if you know what you are doing, you can actually download it as an Excel file:

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