Saw your posts on the UK forum. Very interested in following your progress. Going to take a look at what you have documented so far. Thank you for doing the reverse engineering of the API :smile2:Hi there!
I'm still eagerly awaiting my I-Pace delivery (scheduled for May 19) and in the meantime I started reversing the API used by the InControl Mobile app for controlling the I-Pace. I'm hoping to document pretty much the entire thing and implement it in a Python library. Since I don't have a vehicle myself I rely on static analysis for pretty much everything but at the end of the day I rely on willing testers to verify that my analysis is correct.
I've gone through a large portion of the API already. It's a pretty fun API to work with mostly because it's full of weird quirks and it is entirely undocumented. I've also found API stuff that is not exposed directly to the user which I'm hoping I can implement as well, such as setting a max SOC.
At any rate, if anyone is interested in helping out or just find a Python lib for controlling your I-Pace useful, please check out the GitHub repo, the API documentation, and the Gitter channel
I've found the mobile app to be a complete mess and very unreliable but the API seems to be pretty stable. So things like vehicle preconditioning, locking/unlocking, etc seems to work well. There's also a TON of vehicle information provided by the API which I look forward to studying in detail once I get my own vehicle