It's the WiFi 4G connection.I see the LTE signal. I wonder if that's just the bluetooth cell connectivity or built-in cell for "over the air" updates.
And a photo of Peggy Gou, a Berlin based DJ mixmaster originally from South Korea. https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=aaplw&p=peggy+gou+dj+kicks+youtube#id=1&vid=ce36b99dfad274c783e328b64e72774d&action=clickThe time on the clock is 9:11
That doesn't say anything really.Looking at the photo we can see the current range of the vehicle which is 268km. It looks to have about 75% charge remaining (eyeball estimation). So a full charge range would be 357km or 221 miles. That’s a bit concerning if the range at full charge is only around 220 miles.
Read somewhere (car and driver or motortrend) that the final range will be closer to 200 miles than 300 miles, hopefully this is wrong and i'll be pleasantly surprised come Sep 4th.That doesn't say anything really.
You don't know how the driving style was.
The car calculates an estimate based on previous driving style.
Now, doing pull ups all the time defenately decreases your range and all the journalists or testers want to do one thing: driving hard and pull up as fast as they can.
It'll be ok, trust me.
Range is somewhat overrated.Read somewhere (car and driver or motortrend) that the final range will be closer to 200 miles than 300 miles, hopefully this is wrong and i'll be pleasantly surprised come Sep 4th.
And the Ipace, even more.Well, it all really depends on how you use your car...... there are a lot of people that drive longer distances per day and then range does become a serious concern. I am an EV driver since spring 2011 and a EV only household since 2015...... so I guess we rely on range quite a lot. And I now only lease EVs since I can then change when I can get a model with better range. However, all EV manufacturers have different range algorithms and what is 240miles in one EV in the real world could be something entirely different for another. Much depending on how the battery is cooled and motor efficiency at different working temperatures and how the car slices through the air at different speeds. Some of these parameters can also be perfected for the different official mileage numbers and do poorly in more REAL world driving. Which sadly I understand is a little bit the case with the e-Tron.......
I do not think folks from countries that are physically smaller understand limited mileage in larger areas. It is not only the time having to recharge 2-3 times in one day. It is also the fact that driving in areas that are larger entail that a quick charger is 150-200 miles off one’s route. A vehicle with less than a 300 mile range is laughable and extremely impractical for many.And the Ipace, even more.
Still, I think the owner is the limitation, not the car.
Most people, who drive long distances, don't like charging.
By making range an issue they make it look like recharging is such a big thing.
It totally depends on you as a person, to be more specific: what's 20 minutes of recharge after 2 or 3 hours of driving?
It's all like such a black/white discussion...
Still, I know what you mean as my i3 only does 90km at highway and 140km regular but it has a range of 9000+km if I want to, I'm the limitation, not the car.
Got my drift?
While I think a 300 mile range might be a problem for some, many of us don't need anywhere near 300 miles per charge. I view a large battery like that as weight that I don't need. My primary commuting car is an EV that does 70 miles per charge on good conditions, which works out fine for me.
I do not think folks from countries that are physically smaller understand limited mileage in larger areas. It is not only the time having to recharge 2-3 times in one day. It is also the fact that driving in areas that are larger entail that a quick charger is 150-200 miles off one’s route. A vehicle with less than a 300 mile range is laughable and extremely impractical for many.
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