Accounting for Cold/Warm battery transition in range/efficiency calculation
When the battery has been cold-soaked, there is a temporary reduction in available pack energy, which the car shows as a reduced range. After driving for some time, the battery will warm and the 'snowflake' will disappear, restoring the range.
Currently, I'll show a park or sleep cycle as losing 10 miles of range, and then a short drive as 300% efficient because the 'unavailable energy' is restored during the drive.
Is there a way for the driving statistics to account for this cold/warm battery transition in the statistics? Or perhaps allow for manual editing of starting/ending range values. Or allow merges of consecutive sleep/idle/drive sessions such that the cold/warm/cold transition is a wash? Thanks!
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