GaslessInSeattle wrote:TonyWilliams wrote:...
We absolutely need a way to measure the battery temperature, because there is far too much variation. Or some other factor is in play that isn't obvious.
the wackiest thing I'm seeing with this warm couple of days up north here is that it appears to be much easier to achieve a higher efficiency/MPkW at 50 degrees than say below 30-40 f. It also appears that acceleration is improved noticeably. has anyone come up with a possible explanation for this? I've been using Zero Climate control consistently.
i am seeing same thing and i think it has to do with solar radiation more than the actual OAT (outside air temperature) i will end today with 3rd straight 5+ miles per k day. something that has not happened since last Oct. today it was like 53º but full Sun so guessing that made as much difference as the warmer than normal weather