Many good points here!
The fact that the manufacturers themselves can influence the tests - and that they run a relatively short cycle - probably explains a lot. Have now had the e-throne quattro for four weeks, say 328 km
. is very easily obtainable with 20 "wheels with Hakka R3 and regular mirrors. Bjørn Nyland
got just over 331 km on his 90 km / h average test in -6 degrees and unbearable salt slaps. on the same trip in the summer, although he is clearly negative to the car
.. And yes, 90 km / h is low, but most of us are going out of town, and right up to the cabin. However, if you jump from Ionity to Ionity, it pays to watch as fast as you can.
Recently drove from Oslo, RV4 to Gran, over to Dokka, Aust-Torpa (850 masl), E6 up to Ringebu, back to Lillehammer (long break) and finally it was charging at Hamar. Started at six degrees Celsius and ended in some pluses, dry weather. Running speed limit + 10% ish. Program Efficiency and AC at 22 degrees ECO. Arrive at 354.6 km. at the counter and 22 km. residue. range. Total 376.6 km. Consumption number 21.8 kWh / 100 km. Thundered then the E6 to Oslo at 125 km / h. at ACC with some assignments up to approx. 140 km / h to test Sport and ended at 22.7kWh / 100 km
. Total for the trip.