Timed charging isn't timed
Timed charging is a key part of EV ownership - part of being environmentally conscious. I've had a Leaf, Tesla S, and Tesla 3, and all do this well. But the Jaguar is another story: despite setting the time (requires using their phone app - can't be done in the car!) it will fully charge soon after being plugged in if the temperature is <60F. The dealer says it is designed to do this to keep the battery warm - but other cars use plug in power to just keep the battery warm (or cool) without actually charging it until the selected time. So to take advantage of lower electric rates for EV charging, I have to wait until almost midnight to plug it in.
Too bad since it is otherwise a great car - well, the software lags Tesla's, but size (not as long as the oversized S but more interior room), ride, visibility, and controls are perhaps best in class.