I installed a scangauge on my Ford Focus Electric, it reported battery watts in the battery. I loved it. The I-Pace has a Watts/100mile average display with the trip meter, from which you can deduce watts left in the battery. Not as nice as the actual displayed watts in the battery, but it is useful. My GOM reported 201 miles when I started using the heater and got more comfortable driving it like I used to drive the Focus. To reset my GOM for a day, here is what I did: On a warm night I went to the beach road and reset my odometer which resets the watts/100mile reading. I then drove ~48 miles at 25mph(the speed limit) on cruise control with the drivers window open. The watts/100miles read 24 when I got home. I charged the car with the 120v charger and late the next day my GOM said 242. The 24watts/100mile was averaged into the earlier GOM reading and it raised the GOM number up. After a few days of my normal driving my GOM now reads 201 again and my watts/100mile is 40. It's the heater and my faster driving. I have read that the EPA combined number of 234miles equates with driving your car at a steady 45mph.
Last edited by Trielectric; 11-28-2019 at 12:09 AM.