Although the official consumption is unrealistic here too, we were surprised by how little petrol this 2.5-ton SUV burnt during our test drive: it didn’t go over 6.3 l/100 km. If you steer clear of motorways, it can even end up being a lot less, provided you charge the battery whenever you get the chance.
The electric consumption is then around 30 kWh/100 km. This means that the promised 86 km is a utopia. Driving in a controlled manner, it is certainly possible to cover 60 km on electricity, including a big stretch on the motorway.
Using a domestic socket, it takes 7 hours to fully charge from empty, but even with a wallbox it doesn’t charge super fast due to its charging capacity being limited to 3.7 kW.