Since the new version of abrp,my dongle is now connected but I have not all the information from the vehicle. Abrp retrieve only temperetur and odometer. I think. That other info come from the phone. I have no information from the battery and the average consommation seems to be the old MG zs ev (16,6 kwh/100km)
Sorry I can't put the images at the correct place. Here you can see the consumption at 166 when the dongle is connected and with a MG zs ev 2022 lr it's 224 without a dongle connected (far more accurate for the 2022 lr). And you can see 8 stops for a trip paris-Cannes but when I have no dongle it's only 4 stops. As if it is now with the reference of the first version of the zs ev (43kwh) and not the 2022 LR (70kwh)
Hi, you need to do some driving, until the ref consumption is properly calculated. It takes a few km of driving so we learn your personal consumption model. So the best way to get a proper consumption model built is to have ABRP connected to OBD on each drive you do. Especially the ones on highway so we get a good understanding of your consumption.
Should work now. Please follow discussion about the SoC not working 100% accurately here:
The 22 MG ZS EV uses same pids as the MG5
MG ZS EV 2022 has different PID params as the vehicle models before. We already have a fix for that and will deploy it shortly.
AVerage Consumptionof course.
And the battery seems also to be the first version and not the extended range version (70kwh) as I configured my car.
The problème I have now is not on the SOC (I haven't checked if there is a slight difference with the car) but the calibrated reference consumption (166Wh/100km instead of 224 that is really better with this LR model) and the averall battery(2 times more stop calculated by abrp during a long trip than it should). It's as if abrp take now the ref of the 1st version of the zs ev and not the lr.