I think you’re right about minimising sudden torque, and hence speed, reduction. The situation I was contemplating is not lift and coast but software initiated regen. The driver continues to demand max torque but the system gives much less than it was previously. The max current change is 240kw, from +120 to -120.BassVirolla wrote: ↑Wed Oct 05, 2022 4:34 pm100kw / 1s is:henry wrote: ↑Wed Oct 05, 2022 4:01 pmSeems to suggest that max regen power, ICE driving the K, should be 100kW and to get to that at the end of straight will take 3.5 seconds. I’m guessing for safety to prevent very high decelerations under software control.
Suggests most regen under part throttle and braking.
[(force x distance) /time] / time
It think it's a rate of application of braking force, to prevent sudden braking of the car when switching from full power to full regen (without applying brakes, i.e. lift & coast).
Edit: Sorry, Henry. I've just read now your response.
Lift and coast needs the driver to reduce torque demand and so potentially reduce power by up to 700kw. If the 5.14.5 applies they might not be able to use lift and coast if they’re at software decided max power. Currently the max reduction for lift and coast is 700kW.