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  1. yes i captured the speed in km/h (i copied the table from the info page) I did a ride last time from 100% to around ~47% soc with and got around 92km when driving at an average of 100km/h which should be nearly the 180km/h range actually next charging times are correct IF your battery is not getting too hot, otherwise it happens frequently for me that it charges only with 18kw instead of 24kw, at this time I only charged when temperature was under 25°C when checking my last charging sessions which my app tells me 5,88kwh - 14 minutes (charged from 47% to around 65%)
  2. Charging Curve from 31% to 98% SoC Charging kW 31% 22,00 32% 22,00 33% 22,00 34% 22,00 35% 22,00 36% 22,00 37% 22,00 38% 22,00 39% 22,00 40% 22,00 41% 22,00 42% 22,00 43%
  3. Driving Model: The Vehicle is a Energica EVA EsseEsse9+ with a battery of 21,5kw/h (18,9kw/h useable!). I had a windshield on it but its really small, probably does not have a significant impact on the power consumption. https://www.energicamotor.com/energica-eva-esseesse9-old-school-electric-motorcycle/ Option 2 - Data-Driven - Perform driving test at multiple speeds, and record efficiency or power draw from the pack. I have collected the data with kw/100km as this shows the first decimal on the dashboard where the power does not show it and converted it with

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