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Anyone notice this shot of the screen in the video? Obviously we have no idea what kind of driving was done, but I know people were looking for examples of the mi/kWh number the Mach E will get.

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The average speed comes to 50mph, but as you said we don't know how that average was achieved. However, it is encouraging that the worst case at 50 is 3.6 mi/kwh: that would make the worst-case EPA highway range 244mi in the SR (EPA uses 48mph for highway numbers), and the combined city/highway range at least 250mi.

Of course, that display could also just be dummy data.
 

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At 23:32, the man in the video says Ionity can charge Mach E To 80% in under 40 minutes.
 

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At 23:32, the man in the video says Ionity can charge Mach E To 80% in under 40 minutes.
Not sure, but he could be referring to the quicker SR battery charge times there (38 minutes) rather than the ER battery (45). To make it sound better.
 



 










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