Join Date: Nov 2018
Location: Central Florida
I'm in Florida with 90+ degree temps about 70 days out of the last 6 months and the garage does not cool down. My garage will be above 90 degrees when the car is charging.
I had a similar concern about temps as the State of Charge got closer to 100%. There is high thermal activity while the car is cooling the battery and other components. The heat moving out of the battery creates hot spots in the Frunk, the front quarter panels, and the wheel wells. Then everything cools down. As Sciencegeek says, you may need to watch the rate over the entire cycle as the car might not accept a higher rate during a cooling cycle. I have another post showing the hot spot locations during charging. Pretty comfortable with the behavior now.
You'll want to watch for a while in case you do have some anomaly, but it is more likely you are seeing normal behavior. When in doubt, contact the help line or your dealer.
2019 I-Pace EV400 SE
Firenze Red - Ebony/Ebony
Driver Assist Pack
Black Exterior Pack
20" 5 Spoke Style 5068 Gloss Black Wheels
plus a few extras