Aircon was still working in the cabin.
OBD had the %SOC at 21%.
Car recovered some %SOC and the saw tooth pattern occurred from 28.5%SOC to 30.5%SOC, and this sort of matches up with the graph. It seems that only under some extremes of load, that the PHEV cannot keep up with the demands, and my PHEV is not any different to others. If the hill had been just a little longer, then possibly the turtle would have appeared. Have another hill to test on that is about 50% longer with a higher climb, but not quite as steep.
Will be looking at the brakes soon. Preliminary data is showing that the regen copes well with all but severe stops.
The white trace is mechanical brakes activated
The blue is current into the battery. There is some recharging with NORMAL mode as I was testing with the depleted battery.
This was a windy hilly test, with many 40kph and 50kph bends. I did not race the PHEV, as it was at night. Was just over half an hour of driving. The distance and fuel has to be halved as I am sampling 2x per second, and have yet to readjust the app for that.
The PHEV calculated an average petrol economy of 6.8L/100km and I calculated 6.6L/100km from the RAW OBD data. I am now using the Torque PRO latest versions calculated L/100km and this correlates better with the brim to brim petrol and distance travelled in other tests, with the PHEV calculated L/100km.