The truck has a general idea of what your energy consumption has been like, but if your typical drives are 30 minutes, it's going to severely overestimate how much energy it needs on a longer trip in similar temperatures. With it being in the single digits here, I see somewhere around 1.1 mi/kWh at the start of my commute, but it goes up quite a bit by the time I arrive at the office 30 minutes later.So if I’m understanding, first the truck said you didn’t have enough charge, then it says you’ll have 79 miles left, so you decided to skip it and go 60 miles further?
Why was it wrong to begin with? What’s a preconditioning message look like?
I have so much range anxiety lol
Preconditioning for a long time helps a little with that, but with the way Rivian only pulls energy from the wall to charge the battery and not maintain charge level under usage, it's not super helpful with range unless you do it long enough for the truck to kick the charger on.