Yes, I noticed the error but had not gotten to the right number yet. Also I am playing with the low number. Driving 1,600km of the grand tour of Switzerland at the moment, so have some time to get close.kermit68 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:17 pmI tested your formula and for middle to high values of Soc actually it works. But I think the lower the Soc the bigger it will be the error. Basically you're multiplying Soc min by 1,04 (90.2/86.2) so for example the formula will never go to zero as Soc min will always be greater than zero.

I tried to use a linear formula for the conversion (96.6 = 100% and 2.5 = 0%) but I can't align the numbers. I'm pretty sure about

96.6% being the max for real Soc min while 2.5% it's just a guess but even playing a little bit with that I can't match the displayed Soc of my car.

Any suggestion?

This is what I am currently using:

(val{*7E4(BECM) Battery State of Charge Average}-2.72)*((3.6*108*4*58)/84.7)/1000

Yesterday I had 3,22 a the low cut off, which was a little too pessimistic. 2,72 is a little too optimistic.

Still using 84.7 a usable energy. Maybe indeed need to switch to 86.2 as well, but could not find anything official on it. Manual still says 84.7.