Submitted by nickjhowe on January 6, 2013
Just a comment: When cruising at speed the Wh/m indication is v. useful, along with the projected range. But yesterday we crawled along Atlantic Blvd in Delray Beach, FL which is basically nose-to-tail stop-start traffic for about a mile. Because you are doing near zero MPH the divisor in the Wh/m calc approaches zero and the number goes through the roof - 900, 1500 - way off screen. One's initial reaction is OMG - what a huge energy use - until you realize it is showing WH/m, not Wh. I guess you just have to pay close attention to the rated range when in traffic and ignore the Wh/m graph.