The CANBUS of the I-Pace produces masses of fascinating information. This info is readable via the On Board Diagnostics port.
OBD-II adapters are cheap and provide masses of real-time information in the form of Parameter IDs (PID).
Mobile Apps exist that can display what is read from the OBD-II adapter. The troubles is that the apps need to know what the information actually represents.
I see on this forum an impressive amount of activity around PIDs, all in an effort to discovered what information they contain. I mean, impressive, how people are identifying the results, linking them to complex calculations and capturing their actual meaning.
It seems that the car knows how many AC charging it has done, ever, how many DC sessions, the current temperature in the ventilation duct to the passenger legs etc. Pretty much anything one could think off...
Kermit68 and ANBO and Dernotte and iomagico and Maxwell400 and many others sprinkled information here and there, which is much appreciated. There are more than 1000 posts on this!
But a lot of this work seems to go to waste for a large part of our population - including myself.
Now, making that wealth of info usable to us, commoners, should not be terribly complex
If I assume that Torque Pro is the target application of choice, then ideally we would have:
- 2 downloadable lists of PID definitions in a format that can be imported in Torque Pro (one each for MY19-20 and one for MY21)
- a very brief explanation of how to import this list
- perhaps some examples of Torque Pro dashboards