andWhen the charge connector is connected, the climate control operates using electric power. When the charge connector is disconnected from the vehicle, the climate control operates using vehicle battery electric power.
Based on this, I would expect that the battery wouldn't be used, even if there wasn't enough power available to achieve the desired temperature (which is ok, a little bit warmer is better than nothing).Air conditioning is limited to the capacity of the electric power when the charge connector is connected to the vehicle. Therefore, the tem- perature may not reach a comfortable level due
to performance of the air conditioning being limited, if the outside temperature is excessively high or low, or if the charge connector is con- nected to a 120V outlet.
However, on the first few tries, my battery was at 76 % when I arrived (it is set to charge until 80 %), so it seems that climate control has been using the battery after all. Is there something I missed? A setting I should have done, or an update that changed the behavior described in the manual?