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    That seems a fairly clunky method of Regen braking, but I suppose if it was a DC motor that might be what you need to do to get regen working . With an AC motor its just built in (why I went the more expensive AC path) Video is just a normal drive to Bunnings from home ( yes its that close )

    You see when the Amps goes to a Negative value that power is feeding directly back into the traction pack. All braking is regen apart from the final pull to a stop.


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    And here we have a solid tow set up (A-frame) no driver in LandRover but key on to energise the circuit, Showing the amount of charge feeding into the battery during Regen . ( throttle pedal backed right off) Not full brake regen as I didn't want the rear wheels to break traction on the verge.

    you can see the battery level increase from start to finish


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    Range Rover is already offering a factory Rangie hybrid.
    Yeah but those also cost about half a billion dollars these days...

    keepin' it real, down here at the lower end of the income spectrum...
    It's not broken. It's "Carbon Neutral".


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    True. There's also the Jaguar I Pace at $119,000.
    What is needed is for JLR to halve the market price for the vehicle down to $50-60,000. That might come as JLR's battery factory comes on line in the UK.
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