We always enjoy trip reports. This one is from Jack Bowers, who owns a Limited Edition Lithium+ Road Chief.
"Happy to report that getting around with the Bowlus Road Chief continues to be easier than I thought. Yesterday I drove Rocklin to Truckee, which involves a 7000' elevation gain climbing up Donner Pass (Donner Pass to the Truckee Supercharger is downhill and you can do it on regen alone). It took 190 miles of range driving at 55 mph with climate control off. The temperature was 50s and I have 20" winter tires filled to 46 psi (the Bowlus tires are at 50 psi).
I'm also finding myself driving 65 mph in places where the Supercharger density is high. If there isn't much wind and the elevation is relatively flat, the energy draw is usually 550-600 Wh/mile at that speed.
Another interesting thing is the trip planner has gotten to know the trailer characteristics pretty well over the last 1000 miles, and it now does a good job of projecting the battery range (you can toggle in and out of trailer mode to see the projected impact of the trailer)."