I have a Tesla Model S 60 (75). The charging time from 0% to 100% is somewhere around 45 minutes. But ABRP shows about 1 hour extra for it.
Seems like ABRP doesn't take into account that the battery is software locked, and therefor charge very fast to 100%.
I think this has worked properly earlier.
We do have the option to enable 'limited supercharging' for some models which we know have been affected but apparently not for this one.
The option is however available for the Tesla Model S 2012-2018 75, which you may select instead in the meanwhile.
That is the opposite of what I want to do. Limited supercharging makes the charging times longer, I need them to be shorter.
Ah! I see I got caught on your 2nd paragraph about it being fast.
Well then we shouldn't be calculating with longer charging times. As your account here on upvoty isn't linked to any ABRP account I cannot review your settings.
Would you mind verifying that you've enabled the necessary charger types? (Tesla CCS must for instance be manually enabled for V3 superchargers to be used in planning - we cannot detect if a car has been upgraded)
I don't have a ABRP account. But I've looked, and I can't find any settings that would make sense to change. I don't understand why the charger types makes any difference, it's the speed to 100% that matters, and that's in the car, not the charger. But yes, I have selected the Tesla CCS upgrade in the settings. (And I have selected Tesla Model S 2012-2018 60 (75) as my car)
Okay, would you mind sharing a link to an ABRP plan so that I may check your current settings?
You can generate a link after you've created a plan by clicking: share > share ABRP link
(It can just be a plan between two random places, as long as it uses your current settings)
Interesting, I got a lot lower time now than from the screen shot above. But still not fast enough, real charging time would be around 45 minutes.