VW ID4 1st 82 kWh range test

31. mars. 2021
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  • The 19inch comes standard in Norway do you think it’s worth getting the bigger wheels? Much love from Bergen ☔️

    David LcfcDavid Lcfc4 dager siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland thanks bjørn

      David LcfcDavid Lcfc4 dager siden
    • No

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland4 dager siden
  • Don't you mean that they count Ah? And because of decreasing voltage the Wh you actually get at lower SoC is less than at high SoC?

    Filip BjurlingFilip Bjurling11 dager siden
  • Good range !!!!!

    TDI POWERTDI POWER12 dager siden
  • First of your videos, I have seen. Thank you for mentioning headlights, no one else seems to be interested in such things, I believe it is very important.

    Dave BryerDave Bryer13 dager siden
  • It's a joke really that you have to go to the Tech trim to get travel assist and here in Ireland that costs 54,000 Euro's, not even an option. id.3 inside is ugly as sin and to be honest for that kind of money neither the id.3 or id.4 should have such poor ergonomics. The Kia E-Niro, it has lots of buttons but once familiar with them you know where everything is instantly and you won't have to fumble around through so many menus on a screen, how distracting, a lot of People are complaining that it's too distracting while driving.

    o00scorpion00oo00scorpion00o14 dager siden
  • Which one is noisier model 3 or ID.4? My model 3 has many rattles and terrible road noise. Very disappointed, thought of getting rid of it and buy the ID.4. I don't care if the digital part is not as advanced as Tesla. My main priority is comfort.

    Marc PelegrinMarc Pelegrin15 dager siden
    • Check out upcoming noise tests for ID4 and check existing noise tests for Model 3/ID3.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland15 dager siden
  • Model Y likely more energy efficient due to lower weight, drag coefficient...Germans will make Europe to buy their production and rest of the world will be divided.

    tom pajtom paj16 dager siden
  • looks like more energy hungry then Tesla 70D..., overall strong competitor against Tesla model Y

    tom pajtom paj16 dager siden
  • Not sure if you can trust Google either...

    Geert van der MeerGeert van der Meer17 dager siden
  • How about the assistive driving features? Are they on your car? Answered at 18:23

    Julien GordonJulien Gordon17 dager siden
  • 16:31 For what it's worth, a little comparison to the Enyaq in consumption: noworld.info/video/video/q5bZg5anzM3Mmsk.html Probably not comparable, but gives hope at 120 km/h it could be more efficient after all.

    Abraxas TulammoAbraxas Tulammo17 dager siden
  • Impressive!

    Thorsten HarnackThorsten Harnack17 dager siden
  • Björn, at 9:20 did you mean Wh = Ah * V, and so that you think that VW and the Korean cars estimate SoC based on counting Ah ?

    András Miklós K. SzabóAndrás Miklós K. Szabó18 dager siden
  • Hvor stor fart hadde du i high speed test?

    Endre AasEndre Aas19 dager siden
  • "We can manipulate the numbers, boss"

    Paul LeddyPaul Leddy19 dager siden
  • Wow - 5 hours driving without peeing - that's impressive!

    Martin WoodsMartin Woods19 dager siden
  • And the weigt of EV vehicles is approaching the old large 2000 kg minivans! So much for the old 2004 Espace Grand!

    IvansEasyShowsIvansEasyShows19 dager siden
  • Finally! We only got one 1st electric vehicle that can seriously travel 400km +! So many do I need to drive to work in one week!

    IvansEasyShowsIvansEasyShows19 dager siden
  • Will Bjorn ever start a video without saying "Yo, what's up ?" ?

    Watto ukWatto uk19 dager siden
  • E tron is a cow on wheels

    Pawel ZebrowskiPawel Zebrowski19 dager siden
  • Can't wait to see Model Y high speed range test.

    w0ttheh3llw0ttheh3ll19 dager siden
  • Your theory is probably right that these cars show SoC based on capacity, not energy. That is the way SoC is defined in battery science, but of course not the info you want in a car. If my car has a 400 km range, I want it to display 50% at 200 km, not at 215 km.

    w0ttheh3llw0ttheh3ll19 dager siden
  • How do these extreme tires make any sense? No sports car but 255s rear and 235s front and 20". It Will be an expensive setup to run per mile.

    jojosthlmjojosthlm19 dager siden
  • You should compare range with price of the car. 416 000 NUK for 449 km = 926 NUK/km (pretty good)

    Tomislav DomijanTomislav Domijan20 dager siden
    • *NOK

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland19 dager siden
  • One thing that I am curious about is the charging efficiency? Or to put it differently how much energy is needed from the grid to recharge the battery back to 100% SoC compared to what is used for the driving. I assume that some cars especially those that only have AC charge capability are rather bad in this aspect. Or is that already in your calculations?

    Kjell LindbergKjell Lindberg20 dager siden
    • noworld.info/video/video/zH7Sfq-cm7LFxKs.html

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland20 dager siden
  • Really, Voltswagon? No tyre-pressure monitoring system in 2021, unless you pay for it? WTF?

    Energie WenderEnergie Wender20 dager siden
  • kWh/h !? WTF?

    0JEB00JEB020 dager siden
  • God these cars are heavy. 5,000 pounds. The Mercedes is pushing 7,000! You should have to pay for road tax as a truck and get a commercial driver's license! My small car is really heavy because it's over 3,000 pounds.

    JohanJohan20 dager siden
  • Bjorn quotes* "If you don't steer, you end up in the ditch" :D

    Andy CAndy C20 dager siden
  • 2:50 missing tesla model x P90D which should be on 3rd or 4th place. It's list of electric vehicles which are too heavy, unefficient, and expensive. In short: list of evs you should never buy.

    Lazar ZivkovicLazar Zivkovic20 dager siden
  • 9:46 What a beuatiful cloud!

    Michael BeckMichael Beck20 dager siden
  • If you ramp up the tire pressure up to 3.5 bar, you will win about 20% in range.

    Yannick B.Yannick B.20 dager siden
    • But that's not safe and not recommended.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland20 dager siden
  • it’s a prismatic cell!

    Philipp TielmannPhilipp Tielmann20 dager siden
  • I can't finde the range test results on Björn's google drive. :/

    ElmalabElmalab20 dager siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland I am on your google drive and see lots of docs, but no range tests.

      ElmalabElmalab17 dager siden
    • Check video description. It's there.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland20 dager siden
  • There seems to be a mistake in your spreadsheet. The "75 % range" (and dependent values) are off. It seems like you calculated 65% instead. Please change this.

    MonkeyheadtpcMonkeyheadtpc20 dager siden
    • It's not a mistake. Watch this video: noworld.info/video/video/zV-zbteDy7m82sU.html

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland20 dager siden
  • As always good work dude!,,,

    Borja PiñeraBorja Piñera20 dager siden
  • I love how exciting you sound, even for tire pressure! :D

    Can LehrCan Lehr20 dager siden
  • About the measurement of the capacity, you probably mean amp-hours times voltage, not watt-hours. As to the temperature in the pack increasing towards the end, it is probably due to the fact that the voltage of the cells, when low, decrease; as such they need to provide more current (therefore amperes) in order to provide the same power. And since heat loss is a function of the intensity squared, this could explain it.

    Francis GaliegueFrancis Galiegue20 dager siden
    • Yes, my bad.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland20 dager siden
  • Perfekt Bjørn!! Your Google Sheet i perfekt. Yes it is a German wepon,, dates back til ww1.

    Andreas fotoAndreas foto20 dager siden
  • You are correct in your assumptions, Bjørn. The SoC on an EV measures amp-hours (Ah) not kWh, so there is more energy in the top percentages of the battery than the bottom, as the voltage drops (A*V=W). This will also explain the temperature rise in the battery towards the end, since the current will be higher for any given power - and the heating effect goes up with the square of the current, too. More precisely, the BMS counts coulombs - the measure of electrical charge - or amp-seconds (1C = 1As).

    Richard WoodRichard Wood21 dag siden
    • And then most other linear SoC scales like in Tesla, I-Pace, e-tron etc they take in account the voltage drop and compensates for it.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland20 dager siden
  • Wh is real energy! 1 J=1 Ws, 1 Wh=3600 J. Dividing with volts gives you Ah which is meaningless, since the voltage is dropping as you go. Well, or depends on what you want to know, of course, but Wh is energy, Ah is not. Wh multiplied with V is not a meaningful unit. It's V²Ah, useable for nothing.

    Johnny RosenbergJohnny Rosenberg21 dag siden
  • Like your videos, keep up the good work! Ps: the consumption is not 161 (16.1) but 16 point 1 kWh. Otherwise nobody would buy an EV😉

    Flyer BunchFlyer Bunch21 dag siden
  • News entertainment and more. Consider yourself promoted

    John JoryJohn Jory21 dag siden
  • Thanks Bjorn. Your content is such good quality. You are the only guy who gives us the real data. Actual range, noise level, size (and all the geeky stuff about ambient temperature and tyres and wind etc). And in the course of all that you give your other insights about the rest of the car too. Great stuff -- we really, really appreciate it. I hope that you get as much exposure as possible because quality data and information is what the world needs.

    Randal JordanRandal Jordan21 dag siden
  • So the big question, which one would you have between this one and the Tesla MY?

    Giovanni FoulmouthGiovanni Foulmouth21 dag siden
    • Model Y

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
  • This is really shaping up to be my second EV for long range trips. I love my MX-30 but it just doesn't cut it for road trips.

    MrGeekGamerMrGeekGamer21 dag siden
  • Bjorn did you have the HUD off? I didn't see it.

    JohnnyZenithJohnnyZenith21 dag siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland Oh, thanks Bjorn. Didn't realise.

      JohnnyZenithJohnnyZenith21 dag siden
    • This is base model without HUD/AR.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
  • The double glazed windows can probably be purchased after for 150 eur each.. like they can for passats, multivans etc. Mirror wind and rain and passing cars then much quieter

    jelly djelly d21 dag siden
  • 297 Kms @120 Km/hr isn't bad, so say in reality probably 260 Kms before you end up at a charger.

    o00scorpion00oo00scorpion00o21 dag siden
  • Hi, i like your content! How about Skoda Enyaq? Willl you test it?

    Max-ZANDERMax-ZANDER21 dag siden
    • Yes

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
  • Which obd dongle are you using?

    Arianto C NugrohoArianto C Nugroho21 dag siden
    • Check video description.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
  • Imagine the music of guitar hero by foreigner in the back. And replace the text by "He's a no pee hero...". You are my hero, pal! 5 hours without break... Greetings from the "south", ; ) Björn 🖖

    nordish Bynaturenordish Bynature21 dag siden
  • Next Test please between 120 and 160 km/h 😉😎

    Wilhelm TellWilhelm Tell21 dag siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland , Ok, it was just a joke, I know you can't go faster than 120 in Norway. Maybe it would work on a test track or a race track. 😉

      Wilhelm TellWilhelm Tell20 dager siden
    • 120 km/h already done in the video.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
  • I was listening without watching... then you got to the food part. You had me at "hmmmmm hmmm hmmmmmm!"!

    J. NgononoJ. Ngonono21 dag siden
    • 🤣

      Janny GerkenJanny Gerken18 dager siden
  • Great test video, you put a lot into it. Thanks. Looks like VW has been honest about the ID4 range. This is good news.

    G-ForceG-Force21 dag siden
  • Like all EV's ridiculously expensive for a functionally inferior car than what we are used to.

    Steve ZodiacSteve Zodiac21 dag siden
  • I see a Car without Any Artificial Intelligence inside. This is not reminding me of an EV. Its a dark ,silent car. You did everything possible to make the ride last longer but people don't go to work like this. The screen is impossible. I guess it was a rear wheel drive , which makes it a bad car for snow. Anyway its really nothing a NIO EC6 . With 5 people inside with 200 hp what do you do ? Nice Try. Next year maybe its better. Great Looks though.

    Lunar OrbitLunar Orbit21 dag siden
  • great to see you back fit and well

    James MillerJames Miller21 dag siden
  • Hi BjØrn, nice to see You on top again!! A great video this time. that what I was hoped to find on YT! Thanks!

    K.Peter van DonkK.Peter van Donk21 dag siden
  • id4 same size as E tron? Bjørn - sharpen up!😉 id4 - 458 cm x 185 cm, - E tron 491 cm x 192 cm. Weight id4 - 2.2 tons - E tron - 2, 6 tons.

    Gunnar BøenGunnar Bøen21 dag siden
    • Gunnar, you are wrong. I just tested banana box today and it turns out that ID4 has *more* space than e-tron. I suspected that for a long time because e-tron is based on fossil car. Just look at how long the hood of e-tron is compared to ID4. Watch the banana box video coming out soon.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
    • @Dusan Gavrilovic I know, but you can not compare them anyway. The space in the luggage is significantly larger in the E tron. E tron is one and a half sizes larger than iD4. id4 is VWs q4 e tron. Audi comes with a car size between the two in the 22 - q6 e tron. The TMS and Porsche Taycan are both built on pure electric platforms, however, they have largely the same dimensions on the outside, but as you say; Taycan is significantly smaller inside. However, they can also not be compared. Porsche is a sports car, TMS is a family car with sporting ambitions.😉

      Gunnar BøenGunnar Bøen21 dag siden
    • He was talking about usable space/interior space... Etron is based on ICE, id4 is pure electric from the start. Its a huge difference... Just like model s has 7 seats vs taycan with barely 4...

      Dusan GavrilovicDusan Gavrilovic21 dag siden
  • Very nice to see you back with full power Björn👍 thanks for this one💯🌹

    Thomas ErikssonThomas Eriksson21 dag siden
  • Where are Teslas in your chart Bjorn?

    SunraySunray22 dager siden
    • Check video description.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
  • I hope this car sells like burgers and hot cakes in the US

    OrganicaOrganica22 dager siden
  • The energy is not given as watt*hour*voltage, watt*hour is correct. I suppose what is meant here is ampere*hour*voltage, which is the same as watt*hour. since watt = ampere*volt

    MinkouskiMinkouski22 dager siden
  • I had a stupid professor in university but he said one good thing I remember: "You drink in barS ... you measure baR". don't know if this still applies in corona times but generally its correct :D

    DaRockCRXDaRockCRX22 dager siden
    • Thanks for the clarification. I will say "bar" from now on.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland21 dag siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland He always told us that it is 3 bar, not 3 barS. Interstingly based on Wikipedia, both is correct. I just remember him saying this "drinking in barS and measureing baR" all the time. He was one of the top guys in europe for fluid dynamics inside oil/gas reservoirs so I think he knows a thing or two about bar and bars :D

      DaRockCRXDaRockCRX21 dag siden
    • So what you mean is that pressure (bar) is singular?

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • 💗🆔4️⃣

    U. WünschelU. Wünschel22 dager siden
  • I see a new Bjørn video, I click like.

    Ka FanKa Fan22 dager siden
  • ID 4 The Win

    Edmund HayesEdmund Hayes22 dager siden
  • @ 9:36 to 9:50 look at that giant UFO ahead of you. :)

    ram 1901ram 190122 dager siden
  • How much it cost in your country to fully charge ID4 from 0 to full in a public charger? How much it cost to fully charge TESLA Model Y in your country from 0 to full in a public charger?

    Peter PPeter P22 dager siden
    • +𝟙 𝟚 𝟝 𝟙 𝟛 𝟙 𝟛 𝟛 𝟝 𝟛 𝟠

      Wagner SaucedoWagner Saucedo20 dager siden
  • I, too, love more salsa

    ToastToast22 dager siden
  • The offhandedly comparison to the E-Tron was spot on. I am cross shopping both right now and for the ID.4 to have similar performance numbers for half the price might have swayed me more towards it. Love your videos.

    Scott JonesScott Jones22 dager siden
  • Not as efficient like my Tesla model Y Lr, but this result are impressive. I will recommended this car for anybody who don’t want Tesla for sure.

    Michel PicardMichel Picard22 dager siden
    • indeed... good car and built quality for the money !

      RaschaRascha20 dager siden
  • And thank you Bjorn. you can go to bed now.

    Andre PostAndre Post22 dager siden
  • It would be great if you could compare B and D mode in the ID.4. D mode should be more efficient. www.volkswagen-newsroom.com/en/press-releases/brake-or-coast-the-id4s-intelligent-energy-recuperation-concept-6658 Coasting is 100% efficient, no energy is used. Regen is not 100% efficient due to inverter and charging heat losses. The important thing in either mode, is not to use the friction brakes. D mode will require more anticipation, but I guarantee that it will be more efficient. I believe the ideal is to have various regen levels available as with the steering wheel paddles in the Audi e-tron. Apparently Porsche believe coasting is far more efficient in the Taycan. Obviously B mode will have to be used on steep down hill sections to prevent the need for friction braking. The ID.4 also has intelligent regeneration in D mode (Eco Assistance). It uses the adaptive cruise control radar to engage regeneration automatically when approaching slower vehicles. The ID.4 can also automatically engage regeneration using speed limit and navigation data.

    Neil Van MaanenNeil Van Maanen22 dager siden
  • Every time I see Bjørn eating I get food cravings... :)

    Mate MayerMate Mayer22 dager siden
    • Dried Mangos are the cure to being “so fed up with Winter”🤒

      William AmesWilliam Ames22 dager siden
  • 9:33 that's one beautiful cloud!

    colla 555colla 55522 dager siden
  • Volkswagen just nailed it with their cars. the ID cars are really competitive with tesla.

    junkiex33junkiex3322 dager siden
    • and better price tag !

      RaschaRascha20 dager siden
  • It has no competition at all AND it's a good car with great efficiency and range. Just buy it.

    KawanKawan22 dager siden
  • Somebody told me that the ID4 was limited to 100 mph. Is that true?

    Kevin DavidsonKevin Davidson22 dager siden
    • where you can drive more than 100mph... exept in Germany ???

      RaschaRascha20 dager siden
    • Yes

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • Love so much this ID.4 !!!

    GeryGery22 dager siden
  • It seems VW does know how to make good cars, who would have guessed. Now please VW, give us a golf sized stationwagon EV 🤞

    Thanas Stefanis VThanas Stefanis V22 dager siden
  • Hi there, you've tested many electric cars, what's the best vehicle? Thanks.

    Stuart SinclairStuart Sinclair22 dager siden
    • Tesla

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • Hi Bjorn, could you tell my what phone holder do you have? Thank you.

    woojtazwoojtaz22 dager siden
  • Thanks! Do you know when you will get your hands on the Skoda Enyaq?

    Chr1kaChr1ka22 dager siden
    • No

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • VW only advertises 420 km range here... as realistic range.

    DooMMasteRDooMMasteR22 dager siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland that is WLTP but in the German material they also advertise a "to expect" range... And that is 400-450 km depending on the trim. WLTP even goes to 520 for some trims. I guess the want to avoid false promises or too high expectations with their customers.

      DooMMasteRDooMMasteR22 dager siden
    • No, it's 495 km. I show it in the video towards the end.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • Higher battery internal resistance with the lower state of charge is why the battery temperature increases at low SOC. The heat loss towards the end is also why the total range decreases faster at the end.

    lastlondonlastlondon22 dager siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland according to this page batteryuniversity.com/learn/archive/how_does_internal_resistance_affect_performance “The internal resistance of lithium-ion is fairly flat from empty to full charge. The battery decreases asymptotically from 270 mW at 0% to 250 mW at 70% state-of-charge. The largest changes occur between 0% and 30% SoC. “. Also batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/rising_internal_resistance “Li-ion has higher resistance at full charge and at end of discharge with a big flat low resistance area in the middle.” This resistance probably varies from one chemistry to another but I suspect it is fairly typical profile for li-ion. I also suspect that the BMS may switch to even more parallel setup at low SOC to keep available power as high as possible given that battery pack voltage is low and thus the BMS tries to compensate with making as many amps as possible, thus the more parallel setup then. But I am speculating on the latter, no idea if this BMS can do dynamic re-wiring.

      lastlondonlastlondon22 dager siden
    • Are you sure? Usually internal resistance is lower at lower SoC. That's why Tesla can charge at 250 kW at low SoW. But at low SoC, voltage drops a lot. And in order to maintain the same power (kW), current needs to be higher. And heat loss is a product of resistance and the squared of current.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • You are 100% I listen you very charge !!!! Happy for you, fully restored our bjorn

    Marzio NiedduMarzio Nieddu22 dager siden
  • Hi Björn, did you document the SW Version? Is it 2.0 (0783/0784) or 2.1 (0792)?

    voelkelavoelkela22 dager siden
    • It has 2.1

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • 2220kg! Shieeeet... Dude, no burgers before the weight test!

    MicrosizationMicrosization22 dager siden
    • WHAT! Does Björn weigh 100kg!

      Anders NilssonAnders Nilsson22 dager siden
  • Bjorn, idk if you read your comments but important info on your model s plaid video! The reason the release date stays the same for EU is because the gigaberlin factory is getting the 4680 cells first. So you guys will be getting plaid plus before the US

    Cody TozierCody Tozier22 dager siden
    • Model S is made in USA not Berlin.

      KeksiKeksi22 dager siden
  • thank you

    Jonathan DeinhardJonathan Deinhard22 dager siden
  • I guess this compares well to the Skoda Enyaq that from what i gatherd is more or less the same car under the skin. I find the Skoda more appealing looks wise so will wait for that one instead. I just wish the platform could compete better with Tesla in the charging department, but if the 170kW rumour is true then that is actually pretty good.

    Gooztr EGooztr E22 dager siden
    • @Jan Olsen Not specc for specc as far as I have seen. The ID4 has a lower specc version though with the larger battery which makes it cheaper.

      Gooztr EGooztr E21 dag siden
    • Just remember, the Skoda is more expensive then the ID4.

      Jan OlsenJan Olsen22 dager siden
    • @bilgyno1 Ah yes like I thought then, but in my country so far only the RWD version is available and I want the AWD one. That is also why I care alot about the charging speed..

      Gooztr EGooztr E22 dager siden
    • Yes, Enyaq has the same internals (battery, motor). It's drag coefficient is a bit lower, but it's also a bit bigger. In all it should do even better at higher speeds. You can order it already but waiting times are long...

      bilgyno1bilgyno122 dager siden
  • Hi Björn. What is your recommendation on PHEV? I am unable to invest in a fully electric car. And probably will by an Hybrid soon! Would appreciate your thoughts on this! Best Regards Urban Eriksson

    Urban ErikssonUrban Eriksson22 dager siden
    • I really can't recommend a PHEV. Prices are almost the same as BEV, but most don't have decent electric only range nor power. A lot also just switch to the ICE when you demand some decent acceleration. The only people who could use a PHEV is the once that can charge at home and/or at work, and dont need to do a lot of highway miles in their every day driving, but need to go long distances at least once a month. If you dont fall in that situation, the best advice is to save up for a BEV or go second hand BEV/ICE...

      Hoedje ExplainsHoedje Explains22 dager siden
    • It depends on your driving needs as well as charging options. Most PHEVs have a lousy electric range and are very thirsty if you just run on petrol. But if for example your daily commute is less than 30 km (in total going and back), and that's most of your driving, it can make sense. If you can charge at work reliably, it could be 60 km in total per day. Of course, you'd need to charge every day. Must admit I haven't looked at a lot of PHEVs lately, because they don't fit my need at all. Might be that there are options now with a longer range.

      bilgyno1bilgyno122 dager siden
  • Good video and information Bjorn. It looks like a legacy auto company is doing a pretty good job with it’s EV offering. Now a 170Kw charging speed will be a serious improvement with a similar curve.

    Jason BlairJason Blair22 dager siden
    • The curve would not be similar. It would probably go to 170 kW at low SOC and then go down in a straight line. It would still shave around 6 minutes of the 5-80% charge time.

      bilgyno1bilgyno122 dager siden
  • Always nice to be overtaken by a audi etron 💪🏻

    Z. KZ. K22 dager siden
  • good range at that slow speed. But try again at 130 km/h as we use to drive on our german Motorways. 95 km/h is country roads speed.

    Ol JeOl Je22 dager siden
    • Watch the whole video before commenting. I also tested 120 km/h (10 km/h over the maximum speed limit in Norway).

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
    • Did you not watch till the end? He did a 120 km/h run after the 90 km/h.

      bilgyno1bilgyno122 dager siden
    • In Norway not legally possible. 🤷

      Abraxas TulammoAbraxas Tulammo22 dager siden
  • Hey Björn Thanks for the video. Is 100% in this car the same as 100% in the Tesla? I know in the Tesla there is no buffer when charging to 100%.

    DashCam ChrisDashCam Chris22 dager siden
    • @Bjørn Nyland is this the difference between the 82 kWh gross, 77 kWh Net ? One would assume 100% on the gauge is 77 kWh, although some tests have shown that Volkswagen can drive for many more km past 0% SOC. So could be a safety measure.

      bilgyno1bilgyno122 dager siden
    • 100 % on this car's display is 96 %.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden
  • Nice numbers.

    BlueTrepidationBlueTrepidation22 dager siden
  • Do you still own Model X ?

    Can MTBCan MTB22 dager siden
    • No, sold it long time ago. Please consider subscribing to my channel.

      Bjørn NylandBjørn Nyland22 dager siden