Suddenly ABRP predicts very long charge durations, about 3x or 4x too long. I have two configuration for my Tesla Model S in ABRP - one with summer tires and one with winter tires. The winter tire config predicts insanely long charges. If I switch to the summer tire config, the predicted charge durations are reasonable. The reference consumption values for winter tires is reasonable, as is the total predicted consumption for the trip.
The Chademo error/bug is found and fixed. You will see the correction in a couple of days
I have noticed it is the transit times not the charge times on my itinerary that are excessively long. perhaps it's a separate issue.
EDIT: For some reason the max speed was limited to 42 km/h even though I never set that. I was able to fix the estimated drive durations by updating that.
Well spotted - if I have CHAdeMO as an acceptable type of charger, this triggers the issue. The predicted charge times become very long, even when the charging stops are at Tesla chargers. This is clearly a bug, as enabling CHAdeMO chargers should not affect charging times at non-CHAdeMO chargers.
I do not have any configurations set on my Model 3 (all standard SR+) and this itinerary is estimated to be a little less than 3x the actual transit time. abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=9e73dbe5-fb1e-4746-9019-630591a3ac61