That's very good for you. I have used gas a lot when I got my Volt, so I'll have to drive 300,000 EV miles in order to get it over 100 MPGe.What's your MPGe? I'm getting 132 overall.
It seems to me that roughly, you can add the overall score to the 53 EPA EV mile range, then you get your realistic range.Yeah i wonder if there's a linear relationship between Energy Usage Score and MPGe. Anybody keeping track?
But it appears a max score would be +15, so the max EV range estimated would be 68miles?It seems to me that roughly, you can add the overall score to the 53 EPA EV mile range, then you get your realistic range.
For example, in my picture illustrated, my score is +5.9, which means that I am going to get at least 58.9 EV miles...
Thanks! It's warming up some more, here's my new score:To get an estimate of your electric range, take your MPGe (electric only) and divide by 2. So for the previous screen shot, 142/2=71 miles of estimated electric range if you continue driving the same way until you run out. The highest MPGe I have achieved so far is 133 for a round trip drive. I am waiting for warmer weather since I bought my car in the winter.