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These are the Charging specs that Chevrolet shared on the Equinox EV.
  • Standard 11.5 kW Level 2 (AC) charging, which can add up to 34 miles of range per hour of charging, per GM estimates
  • 19.2 kW Level 2 (AC) charging is available on 3RS eAWD, which can add up to 51 miles of range per hour of charging, per GM estimates
  • Standard DC fast-charging capability of up to 150 kW, which enables approximately 70 miles of range to be added in 10 minutes, per GM estimates

Electrifying capability

One-Pedal Driving is standard and allows the Equinox EV to accelerate and slow to a full stop, using only the accelerator. It’s paired with regenerative braking, which can convert the kinetic energy of the vehicle’s forward momentum into electricity that’s stored in the battery pack to maximize the driving range.

The Equinox EV also packs the latest in charging technology:
  • Standard 11.5 kW Level 2 (AC) charging, which can add up to 34 miles of range per hour of charging, per GM estimates
  • 19.2 kW Level 2 (AC) charging is available on 3RS eAWD, which can add up to 51 miles of range per hour of charging, per GM estimates
  • Standard DC fast-charging capability of up to 150 kW, which enables approximately 70 miles of range to be added in 10 minutes, per GM estimates
GM covers the Equinox EV’s battery with an 8-year/100,000-mile limited warranty, in addition to the vehicle’s standard bumper-to-bumper coverage for added peace of mind.
 

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  • 19.2 kW Level 2 (AC) charging is available on 3RS eAWD, which can add up to 51 miles of range per hour of charging, per GM estimates
  • Just wondering how many EVSEs can support this?
I think that there are only two 'home-ish' models right now an 80A Clipper Creek and the Ford Charge Station Pro that comes with large battery F-150 Lightnings.
Clipper Creek looks kind of 'commercial-ish'


Ford bi-directional:

 

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Teslas, rivian, and maybe lucid are one pedal driving only.

My ideal set up is Regen with a decel force that is Kind of like 4-5k rpm in a manual car.

I think it may just be teslas implementation I don't like though. I've tried volvos and polestar and those were great.
 

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I think I saw a video that aside the equinox had a paddle adjustment for different levels of regen. I’ll try to find it later today and post it in the video section.
Probably the Regen on demand paddle. GM uses the paddle you pull to Regen and not toggle through Regen modes. You can use it during OPD as well for additional Regen.
 

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Probably the Regen on demand paddle. GM uses the paddle you pull to Regen and not toggle through Regen modes. You can use it during OPD as well for additional Regen.
I posted the video about it in the Video First Look thread. Check it out at the 5 minute mark. I thought so too at first but she talks about 3 levels of braking. She does switch her words a little though so maybe she said it wrong. What do you think?
 

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I posted the video about it in the Video First Look thread. Check it out at the 5 minute mark. I thought so too at first but she talks about 3 levels of braking. She does switch her words a little though so maybe she said it wrong. What do you think?
GM has One Pedal Driving, and Regen on Demand. In OPD mode you have 3 levels from Off, Normal, and Max.

Regen on Demand uses the paddle on the wheel to manually increase the regen.
 
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