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Does the I-Pace computers have fine control of the motor/invertor of the car?

On the Tesla Model 3 the performance model is mostly a software modification on how power is sent to the motors or regenerated and the wave-forms/timing. (Yes, I know the brakes were also upgraded).

Anyway, does the I-Pace computers have enough control that there is a chance to increase the range from the present EPA stated 238 miles to something a bit more? Base on the battery size they should be able to get 280 miles range at-least.

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E.C. Pottinger said:
Does the I-Pace computers have fine control of the motor/invertor of the car?

On the Tesla Model 3 the performance model is mostly a software modification on how power is sent to the motors or regenerated and the wave-forms/timing. (Yes, I know the brakes were also upgraded).

Anyway, does the I-Pace computers have enough control that there is a chance to increase the range from the present EPA stated 238 miles to something a bit more? Base on the battery size they should be able to get 280 miles range at-least.

Earl Colby Pottinger (Tesla and Bollinger fan)
There are many factors - described here under that can explain the EPA figure :
 

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E.C. Pottinger said:
Does the I-Pace computers have fine control of the motor/invertor of the car?

On the Tesla Model 3 the performance model is mostly a software modification on how power is sent to the motors or regenerated and the wave-forms/timing. (Yes, I know the brakes were also upgraded).

Anyway, does the I-Pace computers have enough control that there is a chance to increase the range from the present EPA stated 238 miles to something a bit more? Base on the battery size they should be able to get 280 miles range at-least.

Earl Colby Pottinger (Tesla and Bollinger fan)
Your right foot needs programming to drive an EV. Then you will increase your range :)
 

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Chewy said:
Your right foot needs programming to drive an EV. Then you will increase your range :)
:lol:

I'm beta testing my 5 digit accelerator appendage update at the moment. Got efficiency up to about 2.7 miles/kWh so still work to be done yet!
 
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