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Arial

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  1. @Jason (ABRP) I noticed that the alpha version of the cybertruck on ABRP is using a wh/mi of over 480. That's pretty high. This is a good video I found where this guy calculated the wh/mi of the truck based on the numbers Tesla gave at the presentation: https://youtu.be/08Sjej7bstk He comes to 355 wh/mi.
  2. Ran a simulation overnight on a crude model of the truck, got a Cd of .363
  3. Also, the drag coefficient has got to be way lower than .48, because the ram 1500 has a drag coefficient of .36 with no aerodynamic back cover like the cybertruck.
  4. If you can find/calculate the frontal area then that would be the only other missing component for the drag equation. I don't know what system abrp uses to calculate aero losses over time but if it uses the drag equation then that would be the only other thing you would need.

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