Some more stats from the trip above.
Drove 1750km in 7 days. Average speed 50km/h. Average energy economy about 9.0 km/kWh
That's about 250 km a day. 5 hours driving each day
I charged 20 times. 3 L1, 9 L2, and 8 L3
Total energy consumed is about 200 kWh
Total driving time 35 hours
Total charging time 33 hours
Most charging time was either lunchtime or nighttime
I started driving each day with 100% SOC. Lowest SOC on the trip was 24%.
Broken charger 1
Missing charger 1 (on the map - but removed)
Iced chargers 6
Waiting for charger 0
I had no range anxiety, the weather was great, traffic was light, and I had well planned the route beforehand.
The car's navigation computer worked brilliantly.
In Korea the fast charging socket is Chademo which is at the back so I reversed into all fast charging parking slots.
It normally charges straight to 94%. But in my usage the charger stopped at 84% at four of the 8 different chargers I tested.
The slow charging socket is J1772 which is at the front, so I faced forward at these chargers.
The cable is locked onto the car when charging so that it cannot be unplugged.
I unlocked it by pushing the unlock doors button on the key fob.
The trickle charger ICCB worked well. I got about 10A from a 220V domestic socket.
You cannot set the Charging Level. It just takes as much current as it can, up to a defined maximum.
The English manual presumably has a typo for these current values.
In Korea those values are 8A, 10A and 12A. I have read it is 6A, 9A, 12A elsewhere.
There seems to be a typo in the English Manual. It is not 8A, 6A and 9A.
I always charged immediately when plugging in. I never used delayed charging or climate.
Unlike Kia's Soul EV there is no option to charge to 80%.
The codes for using Torque Pro can be found by clicking the link in the website icon under my user name on the left.