1. weight -> more weight = more gravity to overcome = more power consumption
  2. wind resistance -> larger surface area = more wind resistance = more power consumption
  3. gradient -> more slope = more gravity to overcome = more power consumption 
  4. tire inflation -> flat tires have less radius and flatter surface = less distance moved per rotation = less range + increasing friction is as important of a factor as the "less distance per rotation"
  5. driving behaviour -> acceleration consumes far more power than maintaining speed
  6. use of KERS -> gentle use of KERS instead of hitting the brakes = more regeneration = more range
  7. age of the battery -> batteries get less capacity over time = older battery = less range
  8. max power output of the system -> the more amps/watts the system can pull out of the battery to accelerate, the more it will = the faster you design your acceleration = more power consumption = less range
  9. powertrain design efficiency -> the system design of how the motor and ECU work
  10.  the cost of the powertrain -> more expensive copper, more expensive magnets, etc. = better performing system = more range
  11. battery design -> battery cell type, size, weight, cost = heavier, more expensive battery = better and more cells = longer range and better acceleration
  12. how you store the battery (preferably between 30% and 80% for longer times) 
  13. how you use the battery: extreme usage lowers the capacity over time.
  14. outside temperature: low temperatures significantly result in lower ranges
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