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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 07:35 PM
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Although an ugly display, the Chevy Bolt provides the driver the minimum, maximum, average and current range. It also has something like a "fuel" gauge showing current state of charge. It's a nice touch for those converting from an ICE. There's a miles per kWh reading too.
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Thats odd, as mine is still a dynamic range estimate.

Have you confirmed that this is an intentional change that will roll out ball cars vs your car just acting up?
No, I should have said my car charges to 201 miles at 100% like many of others do, and has done so since a dealer flash update.

Because 201 miles (or 324km) is not a 'magic' number in binary, I'm thinking it was programmed, but have no proof. And it's been persistent for thousands of miles. Before the flash, it was a new number every time I charged it.

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No, I should have said my car charges to 201 miles at 100% like many of others do, and has done so since a dealer flash update.

Because 201 miles (or 324km) is not a 'magic' number in binary, I'm thinking it was programmed, but have no proof. And it's been persistent for thousands of miles. Before the flash, it was a new number every time I charged it.
Strange as since my update, my GOM is dynamic with increased range, between 235 and 245 at 100% where it used to be between 180 and 200 before for same driving patterns.
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Although an ugly display, the Chevy Bolt provides the driver the minimum, maximum, average and current range. It also has something like a "fuel" gauge showing current state of charge. It's a nice touch for those converting from an ICE. There's a miles per kWh reading too.
Yeah, our spark did the same. It was a great tool. It made hypermiling more fun.

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Update about 3 weeks after bringing my I-Pace in for the brake regen recall & other s/w updates: Max range has been a bit odd lately...like a yo-yo. It seemed to settle back down a bit and then some after doing some city driving last week as I saw it go way down to just over 205mi (which was odd since city driving uses less battery and the efficiency was like 38.4 kWh), but then yesterday I drove a mix of city and hwy, and this morning it's showing a max range of 255mi. (efficiency is still around 38.7-39.0 kWh). Huh? I don't mind seeing > 234mi. but at least be consistent, lol.

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Hey we dont call it Guess-O-Meter for nothing! Its become the official term for range prediction in BEVs.
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