So I am wanting to rotate the tires, and am trying to determine good lifting points. Yes, I know of the triangles on the rocker panels that indicate the lifting points. But those rocker panels were intentionally made for the ICE vehicle. Also, when you look in the service manual, they indicate the same locations for lifting, but show the ICE vehicle being lifted. In other words, they just copied the picture over from the ICE service manual.
Maybe the front lifting points are ok? Because the electric motor and gearbox weigh similar to an engine and transmission? But at the rear its different. A fuel tank with 12 gallons of gas will weigh about 100 pounds, yet the battery pack is about 700 pounds? I cannot imagine that the pinch welds at the rear will be strong enough to handle that extra 600 pounds.
I am looking at the rear suspension, and see that where the lower control arms attach to the knuckle might be good spot. Might.
As an aside, do any autoparts stores sell blocks to accommodate the pinch weld lifting points?