This is shared by the FB group Audi e-tron Owners Norway, but has been encouraged to share it here: Oslo-Flensburg-Svenskegresen in 34 hours.
Thought I should share an experience with e-faith on a trip. Since we got the e-throne on Tuesday a week ago we wanted to find something and take a real long trip to get extra familiar with the car. Admittedly, I had driven over 60 miles the first three days, but the long journey was abrupt. Since we first went on a trip the German Harry trade was the target.
We wanted to drive all the way so there were no ferries. We used https://abetterrouteplanner.com/
to plan the trip. It is quite magical for the e-throne people as it prioritizes Ionity chargers, and it hits well. Ionity has such nice coverage ALL THE WAY that we could only rely on Ionity. It was set up for a charging stop in Strømstad, Varberg and Malmö, in Sweden and 1 stop in Fredricia at the small belt bridge in DK. The coverage of Ionity is even better, so we skipped some possible charging stops.
We had no plans to take it easy down. Oslo to the Swedish border was speed limit in sloping rain. On arrival Ionity Strømstad, we had a lot less power one planned so that the charging peak was longer one calculated, but not much when the charger started with about 90kW charge at 10% and popped up to 130 on 2-35min so as to keep 151kw to 80 -85. From 85-95% we were around 100, and the last 5% we had 70-60kW in speed. Since we had the right consumption one calculated we charged 100% to be sure to reach Varberg. On the way to Varberg, the right foot was very heavy and we seldom lay in the right file ... The story repeated, little electricity left at Varberg and from Varberg to Malmö. But you don't have a large menu at Mc Donald before the car is fully charged. Took a hotel in Copenhagen in the evening and headed for Fredricia on Sa****ay morning. A full charge here again when we wanted to reach the German border and returned to Fredricia without a new charging stop. Filled up the car with Harryware ... a lot of goods ... When we have "a place" in Sweden you can take an EU quota ... There is more to room in an e-tron ... With About 700kg "payload" we set the course home. It suited us so we could reverse the trip and hit the same Ionity stations. With large payloads, consumption went up slightly at high speeds (110 and up) but nothing of significance in lower. So to the point of the thread. e-throne is a completely magical car for long journeys
. The comfort and noise levels are not there. It is a bit hungry for electrons at high speed, and the speed limit on mine is 201 on the meter
Due to planned uneconomic driving, we spent another 1 hour or 3 longer a planned one as the charging stops became longer than optimal. Abetterroutplanner plans the fastest possible trip with the shortest possible stop.
If you want to drive with heavy right foot, add 10% extra consumption to the route planner on such fast roads. I was willing to sacrifice this time when I wanted to drive the tour as I would with a vigorous petrol car.
Ionity Nordic has got up a network that is already suitable for road trips to many destinations and the charging speed is better than expected. In Germany, coverage is also starting to be good for cars with range like Audi. Keep up the good work!
About Consumption: 20 "Bridgestone Summer.
Oslo - Strømstad / Rainfall and lots of water in the road: Average just over 85 km / h, Consumption 31.2kwh / 100km.
Stromstad - Copenhagen: Cut with charging stop (ignition on) 90 km / h. Consumption: 31.4 (dry roads) (Exceeded average over 110)
Copenhagen - Fredricia, Consumption 30.3 Average: over 110: O
Fredricia-Germany (Harrisle) Consumption 27.3. Average 100 km / h (some queue
Secret location: Average 120 km / h with over 600kg payload over 221 km driven: Consumption 34.5 kw / t
Longest loading stop: 43 min. 5-100% Soc. Am I happy? Couldn't get better!