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EV Hilux

Motor-WarP 11

Speed Controller-Soliton 1

Batteries-Winston LYP 48 cells x 260Ah

The Hilux uses 20kW/100km. Off peak power at $0.18/kw is $3.60/100km, though I have been driving free with wind & solar power.

Some basic specs

1) Battery pack, 48 Thundersky Winston cells 3.2v x 260Ah. Nominal 39.9kW

​2) Top speed, 140km/hr.

3) Range, July 2013 fitted 52 cells x 260Ah, 180km range.

4) Range, April 2019 reduced to 48 cells x 260Ah, 160km at 100km/hr. Greater range at slower speeds.

4) Acceleration, in 3rd gear, 0-60km/hr in 6 seconds, 0-80km/hr in 9 seconds, and 3rd gear changing to 4th gear 0-100km/hr in 12 seconds.

5) Amp draw, on level ground, no wind, at 60km/hr between 55-70 amps, at 80km/hr between 100-120 amps, at 100km/hr between 120-150 amps. Amp draw is the same in any gear at the same speed. I can get 4.5-5.0 km per kW of electricity, mostly driving at 100km/hr. Amp draw changes dramatically with wind and hills.

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