Kermit wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:25 pm
It may be because the cooling system is working to get the battery pack temperature and charging components back down to an optimal level.
Bingo! I had a little 1500+ mile weeklong adventure last month involving 30 some fast charges (12 in one day), and the scenario described is exactly what I encountered, especially when thermal management has to operate, which is anytime you dcfc and the battery temp gets over ~85°F (if you start a fast charge session with full charge speed, 130+ amps, meaning the battery is already 75°F, you very well may get warm enough to trigger/start the cooling system).
If the battery thermal management stops operating and you continue to drive, the GOM should reflect a more accurate range.