The GOM is pessimistic. I would work off your miles per kWh.
It does!Wait until you do a long journey at an easy pace, the GOM range actually goes up the more you drive!
Ignore it, use the percentage read-out.
Not necessarily so - the current vehicle has more than enough range for me and will still be desirable when I come to sell for those who can't afford a brand new car. I can also charge at home as and when - every night if needed. My previous EV had a range of nearly 300 miles and in the time I had it I never used all that range in one journey.I find it disturbing that people are happy or devastated by + or - 15 miles.….
when the next version arrives with 150+ miles of real world range the value of existing cars is bound to plummet.
Exactly this!..previous EV had a range of nearly 300 miles and in the time I had it I never used all that range in one journey.