Cars kørecomputere, which among other things tells us about the current consumption of fuel, are on average more optimistic in the electric cars compared with kørecomputerne in petrol and diesel cars.
It shows a study by the German automobile association ADAC has made. It writes the FDM.
In the survey, the ADAC measured in a wide range of car consumption and compared to the real consumption with it, as kørecomputerne indicates that the consumption.
the Conclusion of the study is that cars that run on gasoline or diesel fuel, has relatively conservative kørecomputere, which shows a consumption very close to the real consumption and in fact a higher consumption than what the cars actually use.
the Totally different looks out of the 15 electric vehicles, as the ADAC has had in the investigation.
Over a broad area, show the electric car kørecomputere a somewhat lower current consumption of the power, than what the cars actually use.
In certain cases, the kørecomputere 25 percent more optimistic about consumption in relation to the car's real consumption. Although the ADAC is to include electric car ladetab, it seems to kørecomputerne in electric cars is just the legal optimistic about the fuel consumption.
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the Most optimistic is kørecomputeren in the Tesla Model 3 Long Range, which specifies a 25 percent lower current consumption than it, such as the ADAC actually measure the car to. The most real electric car compared to show the correct consumption is the Kia e-Niro, if kørecomputere indicates a current consumption, which is nine percent lower than the electric car actual measured consumption.
In the test run the cars a measured route with mixed driving, and when the route then is run, make the cars again with either petrol, diesel or electric power, so that the ADAC can see how much has been used.
For the electric car he left the cars up again at the same temperature, and the loss in the car's charger is recognised. Then compared the result with the specified consumption, and thus has the difference.
the FDM stresses that fejlvisningerne does not affect the specified range.
below you can see how big the deviations electric cars have.
Here you can see how big percentage difference there is on the 15 electric vehicles, which are in the ADACs test.
- the Tesla Model 3 Long Range (25 percent
- Seat Mii Electric - 21 percent
- the Renault ZOE ZE50 R135 - 19 percent
- the Renault ZOE ZE50 R110 - to 18.5 percent
- the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus - 18 percent
- Nissan Leaf e+ (62 kWh) - 17.5 per cent
- Jaguar in-Pace (2018) - 17.5 per cent
- Mercedes EQC 400 4Matic - 16 percent
- the VW e-up! (2018) - 16 percent
- Mini-Cooper LOOK - 15.5%
- Audi e-tron 55 quattro - 14 percent
- Hyundai IONIQ Electro (2020) - 12.5 per cent
- Kia e-Soul (64 kWh) - 12 percent
the BMW i3 120 Ah - 12 percent
- Kia e-Niro (64 kWh) - 10%
Source: ADAC Ecotest, 2020
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