This was indeed a great reading, I want to thank to all the participants.
So a quick sum up of my data
My car is a Soul EV from October 2016 and I bought it in the beginning of February 2019 with 16573 km on the screen.
In the day I went to dealer to look on the car, I saw in the driving history on the infotainment system that the car has been driven almost every day until May 2018, then in the following summer and for 9 months it stood still with less than 100 km during that time. also took a few screenshots of the actual data in the time.
For a future reference (this did I also with the Peugeot iOn I had before) my normal speed is 70 kph, 90 if i'm on the highway, cruising behind a truck; I ALWAYS
use cruise control, everywhere. I drive on B mode, and I try to predict traffic, so no hard brakes, or full gas (except if i'm first in traffic light and the guy on the second lane thinks he has a fast car
We have a week or two in the summer above 30°C, else it's 25°C for 2 months, the winter snows for maybe a week or two; so I assume we have a mild climate here in Belgium, near the sea, so always flat driving.
I might drive 50 to 100 km on the weekend. During weekdays I charge the car everyday at 2am, automatically stopping at 80%, auto heater is on set to 20°C during maybe 4 or 5 months per year, half hour before I leave for a 6 km commute. Car is parked outside, on summer it goes under the trees for shade. End of the day 6 km back home.
My (Open)EVSE is set to 6A on 230V, so about 1.4 Kw charger. (BTW, what is your opinion? Should I raise this power setting?, I do it slowly believing it warms up less the battery)
I have been reading about spreadsheets but can find none. Is there one I can have that already plots this info? I plan to take data 1 or 2 times per month and of course, share it with you guys. @JejuSoul will you share your spreadsheet? Than I'm sure I take the useful data and can set a Torque screen for that, and reserving the other screens for other occasions.
I made on the last year on my iOn about 4 000 km, so definitely, my battery will not die by EV km, but for other whatever reason; age probably; and this car might be an interesting car to follow because of this.
ohh boy, I wrote soo much