That makes me like the bolt more. I have no idea how many g's the TM3 regen is. Maybe someday I'll find an app for that. I forgot to mention that the "Hold" function keeps the brake lights illuminated so no one knows you took your foot off the brake. Thank goodness for the TM3 so I don't have to go thru the agony of contemplating buying a GM product. I honestly don't think I could bring myself to do it. Long story for hating GM but suffice it to say I'm not bitter and I don't hold grudges...
If I didn't have friends that work there I'd be happy if they went bankrupt again and weren't bailed out.
I can't wait to see Ford's next EV. Hopefully they abandon the kludgy mixed regen/friction brakes. Except for the regen cutting out when hitting a bump I don't dislike the way the ford brake works other than not knowing for sure where the transition is which makes it hard to maximize regen.
I also forgot to mention that I tried supercharging. After driving from Toledo to the far side of Columbus and back I was down to 7% battery. The TM3 is advertised as being able to add 170 miles in 30 minutes. Well I added 40 miles in about 5 minutes!
If my math is right that's 240mi/30min or 480 mi/hr and the first minute or so the power was slowly ramping up to 118 kW. I can't wait to go on a long distance road trip.