For true. Some drivers treat the go-pedal as an ON/OFF switch. They're going to use more energy than those who drive ahead of the immediate space the car occupies, but less-so in the Bolt.I would love to see my wife use any method other than the one she uses. She really likes regen/L, but she also really likes the accelerator. So it seems like she is either accelerating or slowing down. To her coasting seems to be what she mostly wants to avoid LOL
It’s a good thing that a Bolt is so efficient that it really doesn’t matter how it is driven, it’s going to use less energy than about anything else that a particular driver is going to do when they drive it.
The rate of acceleration to cruising speed is immaterial, as long as it is followed by cruise. Those who accelerate faster, to a higher speed and then immediately have to slow are using more energy than if they stay in the flow, varying speed as little as possible.
It's interesting the EV6 reportedly has four modes of driving, from no regenerative braking to full regenerative braking. When I did my early test drive, I wasn't aware of this and didn't try all the possibilities.
I notice when getting into my work truck, a diesel, always unthrottled, so there's no compression braking, it's automatic to coast; when in the Bolt, it's automatic to use L mode and feather the one-pedal to best advantage.