View Single Post
Old 05-10-2022, 09:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
redpoint5
Human Environmentalist
 
redpoint5's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Oregon
Posts: 10,551

Acura TSX - '06 Acura TSX
90 day: 28.24 mpg (US)

Lafawnda - '01 Honda CBR600 F4i
90 day: 47.32 mpg (US)

Big Yeller - '98 Dodge Ram 2500 base
90 day: 21.82 mpg (US)

Prius Plug-in - '12 Toyota Prius Plug-in
90 day: 57.64 mpg (US)

Mazda CX-5 - '17 Mazda CX-5 Touring
90 day: 25.86 mpg (US)

Chevy ZR-2 - '03 Chevrolet S10 ZR2
90 day: 17.14 mpg (US)
Thanks: 3,647
Thanked 3,939 Times in 2,972 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by ksa8907 View Post
I would think that the battery being able to accept at least 270kw and the motor being able to generate 400+kw, mountain decent will be much more controllable that with a diesel truck.
Would be very interested to know the max regen rate. I'd further be curious about the energy needed to be absorbed in a fully loaded rig on a 6% grade at say, 60 MPH.

270 kW is 362 horsepower of regen. That's gotta be way more than enough to use regen alone on any reasonable grade and load.

__________________
Gas and Electric Vehicle Cost of Ownership Calculator







Give me absolute safety, or give me death!
  Reply With Quote