Then you should continue unnecessarily discharging your baby technology battery pack & then unnecessarily charging your baby technology battery pack, every time it would be best just to put it in Neutral & coast down. I’ve seen the regenerating reading exceed 50kWs when in L & regenerating. That’s NOT the way to get 300,000 miles on your battery pack. As for me, I’ll use Neutral & give my baby technology battery pack a break every time I can.
Are you feeling ok? I am asking because you are so far off the reservation with your concepts about what is going to happen in your thoughts about how to get to 300k miles…
And you are not going to exactly be the popular guy for anyone who is behind you driving like that (coasting). A car will coast for a long distance. But the other drivers are interested in you driving like they do; cruise at a given speed, and stay there until it’s time to slow down using brakes or regen in an EV.
I will never forget the gen1 Honda Insight driver who hypermiled every single day over CA 17 Santa Cruz Highway and going about 35 mph on the uphill while coasting on the downhill and passing some of the drivers who were pulling their hair out while they were stuck behind this idiot. They would then get mad and purposely swerve at him to give him the idea of either driving like everyone else or he just might get run off the road in his tiny little car.
Lost in a little world in which the other cars on the road is extremely dangerous for everyone. I truly hope that you don’t drive like that guy while you are “ coasting” because there is a place where it is ok and a lot more places where it is going to get you or others in an accident.