I have created a new app that helps against EV range anxiety: if you plan to buy an electric car, just install the range calculator and drive with your normal car. The app will tell you how an electric car would behave especially with respect to the battery. This easily tells you which EV fits you best. I have built the app just for myself as I want to buy one and have been confused by the press how far they would go.
Does someone have an EV and time and motivation to show burners that real world performance? I have put a lot of time in the physical model so that the results are as accurate as possible and I calibrate it with real cars on read roads. Unfortunately I currently only have access to a Model S 75 and a 30 kW Leaf…those cars are expensive when you rent them…
Who can support we for the other vehicles with real world data?
You just have to drive normally with the EV and note how much kWh the drive has used. If you want to help, just drop me a note and I will give you a special version of the app that records data so that I can tune the model (the normal version certainly does not record anything, because data privacy is important to me).
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hi, my name is diego. I have a renault zoe q210 from 22 kwh for 2 months. I’ve just downloaded your app and I’m interested in beta testing if it affects you too. I do around 35,000 km every year. the zoe is now from the mechanic to upgrade the battery from 22 to 41 kwh. in these 2 months I have used as canze and nextcharge applications, but I have not found a perfect app yet. I rely on my experience. let me know if you’re interested. at the moment congratulations for your work bye thanks. sorry for the english but use google translate.