So considerably so superior, apart from that, with the car and caravan divided, two items transpired to me. Initially, with no a hitch lock securing it, the caravan was at threat of remaining stolen and next, I experienced arrived by a a single-way street used by HGVs and there was no highway for likely back to the auto park.
I questioned the cashier at the HGV gas station what to do. “Drive back the way you arrived,” he reported. “If you are watchful, you are going to steer clear of a truck.”
I took his information and, cautiously negotiating a blind bend out of the lorry place, drove to the vehicle park. The Enyaq has a CCS charging port, so I was in a position to hook up to a 120kW Gridserve charger. At this level, the battery was reading 19%, but soon after 30 minutes and an infusion of 22.40kWh costing £13.36, it was up to 50%. This restored the car’s assortment to 129 miles. That was adequate, I made the decision, specifically with the Discovery out of sight and unsecured.
I returned to the caravan, hitched up and headed on to the campsite, just 4 miles away, to take it easy in the caravan’s perfectly-appointed interior.
Later on, back again at Bailey, I did the sums. More than the system of 60 miles towing the caravan, the Enyaq had returned 2.0mpkWh. Multiplying this by the usable battery capacity gave a assortment when towing of 154 miles, or all around 55% of the 277-mile array that I could count on to accomplish when driving the Enyaq without having the caravan.