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Current Trip stats here show an average consumption of 3.6 miles/kWh from a 215.6 mile trip that took about 4hrs and 15min. How close could this be to real-world Mach-E consumption numbers?

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That's interesting number because ford will never put any kind of number just like that! They know that somebody will see it and time come, put back in their face if the mach e is far away from this number. 215 miles in 4h15 make average of 52 mph and that's make 3.6m/kwh interesting 😁
 

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There are many reports for the Model Y on Youtube on the range of the Model Y.

I think with the heat exchange for both AC and heating, and Tesla having been at this for almost 10 years, we can assume that the efficiency of the Model Y will be greater than the MachE.

It seems that on average it 3 miles per KWH. The battery is about 70 KWH so that is about 220 miles. This is "real world driving": 70 mph, hills with AC on. Keep in mind the advertised range is 316 miles, so there is a 30% loss in real world.

Let's assume the MachE is 90% as efficient as the Model Y: that means 2.7 miles per KWH: 98 KWH, but there is a reserve of 8% to 10%, so that brings it down to about 92 KWH. At 2.7 miles per KHW that is a range of 240/250 miles.
 

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Thanks, PaceCar. Here is a clearer pic that shows it at 3.6 kWh. Problem is we don't know which model is shown or if the information is still valid.
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Back 2017 when ford reveal the 2018 mustang gt. Take a look at all these number. 455 was the projection hp number and it finish with 460! You also see 1964.5 and 289. When ford put down number on a picture , we have to think about it 😁
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I would be surprised if the real number is over 3.2 (19.5 kWh/100 km). It would mean around 245 miles/390 km. Maybe for the California edition at best
 

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I would be surprised if the real number is over 3.2 (19.5 kWh/100 km). It would mean around 245 miles/390 km. Maybe for the California edition at best
I'm estimating around 3.3 for mostly city, but pretty close. If assuming 90 kWh of the 98.9 ER battery is the usable portion (the rest internal reserve, 300 mile range / 90 = 3.33 miles/kWh.

But of course that's just a rough estimate using the preliminary numbers Ford has projected.
 

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...and don't forget that the only place that people drive 55MPH in my area is in School Zones and Costco Parking Lots
 
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