I found a bug with BTD Seal AWD live data integration.
If I turn off the "Use Live SoC, calibrated reference consumption, weather, and traffic." setting, ABRP uses reference consumption, not accurately, but it is still within 1-3% SoC left at the destination.
When I enable "Use Live SoC, calibrated reference consumption, weather, and traffic."
It always says that I will have 1 or 2% below the current SoC at arrival.
At some stage, when the current SoC is the same as the destination SoC (even though there is still 50+ KM to travel, both the current SoC and Destination SoC decrease together.
If I keep live data but only turn off "Reference Consumption", it's better; it calculates the correct SoC within reason.
It looks like when you use live data for reference consumption, it's not working correctly.
We've just been able to enable the OBD connection for BYD. I'd presume you'll need to drive more / generate more data for the calibration to be accurate. You're currently at between 26-30% for the different speed categories.