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Hello,
Since several month i have initiated a comparative on EV specs including the battery pack specs.
The estimation are written on red.
I added also the sources by adding a comment on the cell.



The excel file is available on the file EV_Specs 12.01.2019.zip

Let me know if you see any wrong data or if you want to add something.
 

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@Chris The Soul upto 2017 has 31.5kw battery with 27kw usable in the handbook and the 2018 has 30kw usable from about 32.5ish according to Kia at launch of the updated pack.
 

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Thanks for your comments,
@Mark, i checked my information on this site and on the comments of this article.
2018 Kia Soul EV confirmed to be more efficient - Push EVs

Based on your comment, i checked again and I agree with you, i will update the data on battery pack for the Soul.
Indeed a lab has perform the measurement on the battery pack removed from the vehicle on 4 different vehicle (Soul 2015) and the pack is about 30.5kWh

https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/fsev/batterySoul1920.pdf
https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/fsev/batterySoul1919.pdf
https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/fsev/batterySoul1918.pdf
https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/fsev/batterySoul1908.pdf

The lab perform also a test drive to measure the usable capacity at 4000 miles and it was about 27kWh (page 3, total DC energy out of battery)
https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/fsev/fact2015kiasoulev.pdf

Thanks for your comment, i will update the data on a new version
 

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Thanks for this information i will update this information on the next version.
 

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That data needs some graphs...

E-tron line battery capacity looks wrong on the post image but you might have updated. Might interesting to add RRP to get an idea of costs/kWh and also warranty period.
 

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That data needs some graphs...

E-tron line battery capacity looks wrong on the post image but you might have updated. Might interesting to add RRP to get an idea of costs/kWh and also warranty period.
Thanks for your message, as the unit is not on the cells you can generate all the graphs that you want by downloading the excel file.
You can also add any columns and share the informations with us.

Regarding the Audi e-tron, could you please confirm where is the error on the battery Capacity?
This vehicule will be equiped with 432cells of 60Ah / 3.67V it's means 432x60x3.67=95.1kWh.
Usable battery is an estimation by considering 90% of DoD

 

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The thermal battery management for the smart is active cooled system.
Daimler communicate always on usable battery : 17.6kWh and a lab has perform a test to measure the real capacity.
At 400miles the capacity is 18.2kWh

Each capacity cell is rated at 52Ah/3,7V
It's means 18.47kWh (52x3.7x96) for the full capacity and a DoD at 95%.
See below the test report with the informations on battery specs:
https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/fsev/batteryElectric2764.pdf
 

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Very useful data, thanks for sharing.

Couldn't find an official source but judging by the many references to it, I think the coefficient of drag for the model 3 ended up being 0.23 while 0.21 was the original goal.
 

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Thanks,
You are right the target was 0.21 but finaly the drag coefficient for the model 3 is 0.23

See below the official specs from Tesla
Press Kit | Tesla
I will update this information on a next version.
 
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