Submitted by AJPHL on Wed, 2017-06-14 20:25
With my current ICE vehicle there is a good amount of heat radiated from the hood due to combustion, that persists a while after the engine is switched off.
In confined spaces like a garage that can be a pain, especially during summer when I want to clean/vacuum the car.
How warm do battery packs get (I know they have cooling to protect the cells) compared to ICE and does it radiate noticeably like ICE? Is there a lot of temperature variation based on e.g distance covered?