26 Jul 2023 | Abstracted from News NationNew data revealed that electric vehicles can lose up to 20% of their range when it's 95 degrees or hotter outside...That means, if the vehicle normally drives 100 miles, it can only go 80 miles instead in extreme heat.
"the vehicle's battery is using up more energy to try to cool itself down. Also, the chemistry inside the battery doesn't work as well when it's super-hot."
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