Wrong data for Chevrolet Volt and Opel Ampera Even though the Volt and the Ampera have a 16kWh battery, the usable capacity is of only 10kWh. Additionally, the application seems to be extremely pessimistic in its estimates. The concept is great, but has no correlation to the real world performance.
It could be more useful if it was more realistic. It is very pessimistic and in no way correspond to the reality of range achieved with many cars. It makes me wonder if the parameter set as maximum speed refers to the average speed of the trip?
App crashes each time I click "Directions". Hyundai Ioniq isn't on the list of cars. Please resolve app crashing and I will use it.
Not what i need Only calculates energy use for entire trip. Doesn't show or factor in any chargepoint waypoint (but implies it does in the settings) i need a route planner that will plot when and where to recharge along a long route
Seems like a good idea but na It does exactly what google maps does, doesnt have all cars and vans and doesnt calculate shortest route or give you an option to charge route
Useful.. when it works Often fails to lookup placenames when you're trying to run a calculation, also crashes a lot.
-New models: BMW i3 33kWh and Renault Zoe 2017
-New models: Tesla Model S70 and Model X, Chevrolet Spark EV and Volt 2
-Renault ZOE with new R240 engine added.
- Audi A3 e-tron and VW Golf GTE added
- Mercedes B class ED and S500 Plug-in added
- Bug fixes
- Ability to define favorites
- Ability to add waypoints