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ghunkin



Member Since: 18 Feb 2018
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P400e PHEV - Real World Range Achieved

Now a growing number of us have taken delivery of our P400e's, what is everyone actually achieving in electric only (EV) range?

I'll start.

12.5 miles before full discharge Shocked

Post #568481 Wed Nov 07 2018 6:50pm
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Renaco



Member Since: 28 Jul 2011
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30 km
Already 11.000 km driven and 25 km is minimum and 40 km maximum.

As I don’t fight for every km in ev, my driving style allows only 30 km in average Wink 2015 RRS DYNAMIC HYBRID, CAUSEWAY GREY 1/15-7/18
2018 RRS DYNAMIC P400e, BRITISH RACING GREEN 8/18-

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Mattsophie



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Had mine for a week and a half now, and looking at the app I'm ranging between 11 & 21 EV miles per day.
Is definitely getting better though.......maybe because we are starting to suss it out.

Can I ask what EV range other users are seeing when their cars are fully charged?
Ours typically shows about 23 miles.............what about the 31 that Land Rover promised us?

Post #568504 Thu Nov 08 2018 10:03am
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Tim in Scotland



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2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Stornoway Grey

You will never achieve the “official” range as that is achieved in laboratory conditions and not real life conditions. Even with the new way of calculation of mpg and electric range What Car? mag has found huge differences between the official and real life ranges - to the extent that they made the Tesla X the winner of their BEV SUV group test over the I-Pace only because Jaguars claimed range was so much different compared to the real life test range used by What Car mag’s testing team, in all other respects though they said that the I-Pace was the better car - this forced Jaguar to recall all I-Paces into the dealerships to have a software upgrade to improve the range to closer to the claimed range........... Tesla still is more honest with their claimed ranges though and What Car? Has now retested the upgraded I-Pace and confirmed that the real life range is now hugely improved. Theystill didn’t retract the group test results though...... 2018 Melting Silver Mini Countryman PHEV - a test car before Seeing if I could go to totally Petrol/Diesel free motoring
2015MY Corris Grey SDv6 HSE Dynamic, the best car I have ever owned, totally reliable only a cou0le of rattles in 3 years, now no longer in my care
Also in my garage is a 1996 TDi300 Defender 90 County HT made into a fake CSW

Post #568506 Thu Nov 08 2018 10:12am
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irish-in-nl



Member Since: 11 Sep 2018
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I’m looking for some advice before I take delivery of my car next week. Which public charging cable do you recommend? I will be getting 32A, but does it make a difference if I get a 3phase cable or not? Also from experience is the coil lead better?
Thanks

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dekoene



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Mattsophie wrote:
Had mine for a week and a half now, and looking at the app I'm ranging between 11 & 21 EV miles per day.
Is definitely getting better though.......maybe because we are starting to suss it out.

Can I ask what EV range other users are seeing when their cars are fully charged?
Ours typically shows about 23 miles.............what about the 31 that Land Rover promised us?


They promised 50km. Pretty close on almost fully charged. I don't own the car yet - it's at the dealer currently waiting for the CoC.

But this figure may change as I experienced with my Tesla. After a full decharge of the battery the system recalculates this value based on you actuals (Tesla). So if you reach each time only 30 km on a single charge, the system may show after some time a different number for a full charge than when the car was brand new (like mine).

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dekoene



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irish-in-nl wrote:
I’m looking for some advice before I take delivery of my car next week. Which public charging cable do you recommend? I will be getting 32A, but does it make a difference if I get a 3phase cable or not? Also from experience is the coil lead better?
Thanks


Most public charging stations offer 3 phase. Charging speed varies from 7.4kWh on single phase towards 22kWh on 3 phase.

But the P400e has an onboard charger of only 7 kW. So a single phase cable on 32A is the max you can use on the RRS...

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irish-in-nl



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Thanks!

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