Ducatista· Super Moderator
2023 Subaru Solterra with Technology Package, Platinum White with Two-Tone Black Roof
From all the testing that has been done in Europe, which showed that the stated capacity was not useable and useable was around 64-65. Toyota then confirmed over there that the stated capacity is the gross capacity. I would have to find the Norwegian article again.Do you have a source for that. Personally, I don't trust auto journalist articles.
My Kona spec was 64 kWh, but it was later determined that the actual was 67 kWh, and Hyundai was saving a buffer for future degradation calculations. I believe most manufacturers (if not all) report their spec as usable. Why would Toyota be different?