johnd wrote: ↑Sun Aug 19, 2018 9:31 amYes, certainly, what we're talking about is the range of 0-100% available battery capacity, whether that's 84kW, 90kW or whatever. The bit in your previous post that I'm not understanding is:
I'm guessing there's a hyphen missing? Maybe you mean 0% to 10% (0%-10%), or maybe typically not wishing to drop below say 5% available capacity, except in event of emergency or miscalculation? In which case, yes I agree completely. So, to rewind my point:
Whatever range 0-100% of available battery capacity equates to, then you might typically only have eg 94-95% of that maximum range as routinely usable range, because (i) a limited charging period might have reached say only 98% rather than 100% AND you might prefer not to drop below 4-5% indicated range when you reach home or your recharging destination.
So, based on the figures currently available, routine range looks like 190-195 miles or thereabouts or say 300-320km in round numbers.
There's another (slightly wooden but apparently official) JLR video snippet at:
which seems to say three things:
1. Expected range is 240 miles
2. The car can take as long to charge from 80 to 100% as from 0 to 80%.
3. It can charge on 7kW to 80% in 10 hours and to 100% in 13 hours. (Actually it's a little tricky to tell whether it's a UK or US video, it's flagged as uploaded by JLR USA but perhaps the information is UK sourced?? But I'm guessing it's referring to a 7kW AC charger?)
Fairly obviously,  and  seem to be at odds with one another. Anyone care to suggest which one is more correct?