This will more accurately reflect the 21kWh usable power, since the bottom about 300-400 watt hours are not usable, but included in our percentages.

(281 GIDs /

**13.38**) = 21kWh * 4 miles per kWh = 84 miles. But, as we know, any simple formula like that leaves miles remaining while the car in in turtle. Not wise.

Therefore, I want 7 Gid to be "zero", which also reflects a more accurate 50% useable energy level (a key metric to know when it's time to go home), hence the

**Gid2**formula:

**(GID -7) / (281 - 7) = GID2**

So that 281 GID = (

**1*** 21) = 21 *

*X miles per kWh*= Y range in miles

And that 144 GID = (

**0.5*** 21) = 10.5 *

*X miles per kWh*= Z range in miles

And so that 7 GID = (

**0*** 21) = 0 *

*X miles per kWh*= 0 range in miles

The new 2013 will show 100% regardless of capacity, when fully charged, and show the following:

SOC% - "kWh usable" --Gid----Gid%---Gid

**2**%---

**2013 dash %**(2013 dash % data based on SOC%, not Gids)

95.x% -21.0--Full----281---100%---100%----

**100%**(non-degraded at 70F; 21kWh usable)

------10.5--Half----144--51.2%----50%----

**50%**(non-degraded at 70F; 10.5kWh usable)

95.x%-10.5--Full***--144--51.2%----50%----

**100%**(***used 50% degraded at 70F; 10.5kWh usable)

------ 3.2---LBW----49---17.4%---15.3%----

**17%**

------ 1.3---VLB----24----8.6%-----6.2%----

**8%**

2.x%-- 0.0---Turtle --7-----2.5%-----0%-----

**(---)**

NOTE: LBW and VLB are indexed to Gids, therefore those values won't match the SOC derived data of the 2013 dash % with a degraded battery.

Turtle is not indexed to Gids, therefore under a high load, like freeway speed, expect turtle at 7 or 8 Gids, and at extremely low power, as low as 4 Gids to Turtle.