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With any car, and especially an EV, if you want maximum range/best economy then keep the tyres at the highest pressure allowed but always within the range permitted in the manual.

Some people go over a little bit but if you go over then you will get reduced stopping performance and it might invalidate your insurance in an accident.

Also, don't rely on the pressure monitor on the car. That is fine to detect a puncture/slow puncture but always use a pressure gauge. My Ampera had a 2psi difference between the dash and the real pressures.
 
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