Join Date: Apr 2019
Location: Fort Lauderdale
SOC range calculation vs. odometer info...
I decided to run my SOC down almost all the way to check the range stated after the dealer software update. Usually I plug in at home when I get to a 100 mile GOM stated range. That is needlessly cautious, considering 100 miles is at least a week of my normal driving need. (Since I'm retired and have no commute to work.)
So I reset Trip A to zero as I always do, for the odometer to track the actual miles driven, and I'm down to 39 miles left says the GOM. I can take it down a little more, but I'll charge at 10 miles.
Here's a difference from the SOC to the odometer I'm seeing.
I'm down to 16% SOC. Working it backwards, dividing the remaining range from the GOM by 0.16, implies 243 miles at 100% SOC, about the 245 range I started with. So it matches close enough. But adding the GOM range now to Trip A is around 200.
I did do some dynamic mode driving early in the charge, including repeated hard acceleration. Maybe that ate up the difference, and the GOM/SOC is accurate as to my normal driving, averaging now back to that kind of battery draw?
I also noted my regen figure for this driving period which I normally ignore, which has been 22 kWh to this point.
2019 I-Pace 400EV HSE First Edition
Corris Grey - Ebony/Ebony