LeafSpy uses the number of kWhs to determine the mileage remaining. The user sets the average miles per kWh that they expect to get and how close to turtle they are willing to go.
The user can also adjust the Gids. A Gid is a number reported by the car which seems to correlate to how much charge the battery holds. There are differences of opinion as to whether a Gid should be 75 or 80Whs.
RustyShackleford wrote: ↑Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:32 amCurious about the "miles remaining" number. It seems to be based on a user-entered value for watt-hours per mile. Are we supposed to just estimate that based on looking at the efficiency graphs ? I thought the car's built-in meter actually tweaked the mails-remaining display based on observed driving behavior, which actually seems more accurate. I must be missing something.