Hi All

Just found some information on the strategy Ford uses with regenerative braking. Due to concerns of possible wheel slippage in ice and snow, Ford reduces regen braking as the ambient temperature drops below 60F. Above 60F, 100% of regen is possible. Below 40F, 10% effectiveness or less is available for charging the battery. Ambient temperatures between 60-40F reduce regen in a linear relationship.

This information is important to me because I use regen with the fake shift in "L" to return to EV ASAP in city driving. Knowing the outside temperature will assist me with battery SoC (state of charge) management to get maximum MPG.