Note: we started with a fully charged car: it went from 8 miles range to 50 overnight with the convenience charger, plugged in to the outlet in the garage in my temporary apartment (the rental unit I'm using until the house remodel/rebuild is done). We did a bit of local driving in Stealth but then headed up to one of the ski resort areas. If you're ever in the Salt Lake area in the summer, on Sundays, Alta Lodge does a very nice brunch. Reservations are "advised" but not required (we got in right away without one, although we had to sit outside, which was fine until the sun went in and then it was pretty chilly
After brunch I drove over to a spot where we could get some photos with the Alta ski area mountains behind the car...
I drove up
in Sport most of the way, but was below 26 miles remaining after I switched to Stealth on arriving in the Alta area. In any case, we drove back down the mountain in Stealth, using Hill 1 and 2 to keep the downhill speed reasonable. Note that the elevation at Alta is close to 9000 ft while the elevation at the mouth of the canyon is around 5000, so this is a descent of roughly 4/5ths of a mile. The "battery miles" value climbed from (if I remember right) 23 miles to 36 miles in the process.
Rather than heading home, we then drove out to Spanish Fork Canyon, on the way to my girlfriend's parents and kids places. At the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon there is a small wind farm. We had to get a photo of the Karma with the wind generators behind it:
We then continued to their places. I have one more photo (all of these were taken by my girlfriend incidentally), which shows the color of the Laguna Karma better, I think, and of course also shows me standing awkwardly in front of it:
In all, including picking the car up at the dealer yesterday and doing a little local driving around, I have put 217.3 miles on the car myself (I reset the trip meters before leaving the dealer lot). They delivered it with the tank full and the battery half full (right at 26 miles, in fact). I refilled the tank back in Spanish Fork, which took 6.113 gallons, and the gas gauge still shows "full" even though the drive back was in Sport from Spanish Fork to about the Utah/SLC county line (and then Stealth the rest of the way, leaving about 5 miles on the battery, so I could have switched into Stealth slightly earlier).
Not counting any fuel burned between Spanish Fork and the county line, I compute that I got 35.5 mpg. The system status page says 31 mpg (which includes whatever testing the techs at the dealer did, in their ~15-25 miles of driving it, the car had about 27 miles on the odometer when I picked it up and I have no idea what the reading would have been right off the boat). I figure that's not bad at all for driving over 200 miles with only one full charge!