Taking family of 4 + luggage from SE London to Torquay. In the snow. Running the early software. Updates to follow...
Give us both figures! 😊I thought the mph of charging meant " stay here one hour and you will have increased range by 106 miles "
Therefore if you bail after 30mins your range will have gone up 53 miles.
This is more a useful indicator than " 63kw" on a display of a 150kw charger.
Whilst this also is telling you how much electricity is going in the vehicle, it is bloomin' useless to most people
That's an instantaneous rate though, at close to peak charging speed (on that charger anyway - that was a 120kW V2). Of course it drops later on, but I went from 5% to 70% in 20 minutes, which is about 120-150 miles added range, so average 360-450mi/hr over the charge. Above 70 it drops further of course. On a high-power charger the ID3 won't be far off that kind of rate.533 miles in the car in one hour ?!?!?!?
Yes - Tesla sort of do that with the "time remaining" being to the charge limit that you have set. If you have a nav destination set then it will tell you time remaining until you have enough to get to that nav destination.More useful would be a screen that said (based on the what the car knows about its own charging curve and the current efficiency) something along the lines of 10 mins more charging will add x miles, 20 mins will add y, 30 will add z... etc
Yes the Kona (and I assume the Niro and Soul) do that too - the time to reach a SoC point is not quite the same though as the driver then has to work out for themselves (or guess from experience, or use ABRP) what the range will be at the target SoC. ie. they don’t say "x mins to get to y%, at which point the GOM will say z miles".Yes - Tesla sort of do that with the "time remaining" being to the charge limit that you have set. If you have a nav destination set then it will tell you time remaining until you have enough to get to that nav destination.
Nissan also in the 40 and 62kWh Leaf show how much time remaining to reach various charge levels: