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They sound amazing. Do show us pics.
Yes, In the USA, the normal is 120 volt. Each house also has 220/240 for the electric stove top/oven, air conditioner, clothes dryer, etc....with many having seperate breaker boxes for 120 vs 220/240. At any rate, I now have a 240 volt NEMA 6-50 plug in my garage. The ChargePoint Home Flex level 2 charger is scheduled to arrive Tuesday, which I can self-install. That, then, will open up all the possibilities for my car, because I can charge from 20% or less to 80% overnight. I love the car, but can't wait to end the range anxiety I experience because I cannot charge fully at home. It is going to be awesome, come Tuesday! The "one pedal driving" is fantastic in traffic, very much like driving a manual transmission, or a DCT like in my former M4, where the engine also brakes the car. In this case, it also gives you some free battery charge. Just a quick flick of the left paddle puts you in that mode and a quick flick of the right paddle returns you to normal. Pretty awesome! Love this car!I do quite like the one pedal driving in electric cars. Surprisingly intuitive.
Is that domestic normal for the US then? Over here 240v is normal, I think the rest of Europe is similar.
No idea about elsewhere.
Really? That's amazing. Free fuel!Don't know about the SUVs, but my EQS 450+ comes with free charging for 2 years on the Electrify America and ChargePoint networks. You get 30 free minutes for each session, and my understanding is that you have to wait at least an hour before you can have another free 30 minutes worth. No other limits other than that.