Track and dynamometer testing of the Eaton Dual Shaft Electric Propulsion (DSEP) minivan has been performed by the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL). The dynamometer testing included constant speed tests up to 88 km/h and driving cycle tests on the SAE J227a C and D cycles and the Federal Urban Driving Schedule (FUDS) as well as maximum effort acceleration tests. The dynamometer data were analyzed to determine the energy consumption (Wh/km) of the DSEP vehicle for the various driving modes and to project the range of the vehicle if the NiF170 nickel-iron battery had been at its rated capacity. Ranges of 90-125 miles at constant speeds and about 70 miles on the driving cycles were projected.Comparisons were made of the performance of the DSEP vehicle and the ETX-II and the TEVan minivans, which have been developed on other DOE and EPRI programs using lead-acid, nickel-iron, nickel-cadmium, and sodium-sulfur batteries. The comparisons utilized test data when available, but were based primarily on computer simulation results obtained using the SIMPLEV program.