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Is there a way to use abrp in car play that gives it access to the cars state of charge?
So, I’ve only used it on the Mach-E. I found that the Apple Maps app had access to my car’s state of charge and then mimicked the route from abrp with fairly accurate calculations on SOC at stops. Sorry, in advance, if unhelpful.
 

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Truth be told is I did a sample route and it told me what hat es chargers to stop and and you can sort it to name chargers you are willing to stop at. I’m coming from a Tesla and this seems good to me. I’m trying to understand what people are complaining about
 

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Truth be told is I did a sample route and it told me what hat es chargers to stop and and you can sort it to name chargers you are willing to stop at. I’m coming from a Tesla and this seems good to me. I’m trying to understand what people are complaining about
I think the issue may be region releated or a bug in the software.
For example if set a route longer than the range available for example 800km, accept the route it simply plans the route out and offers no information regarding the fact i will not have enough range nor does it allow for charging stops along the way. Some people seem to report it working correctly and others like my self are simply getting route planning like you would in an ICE vehicle.

I have an open ticket with BMW regarding this as the showroom demo car correctly route plans running the older software so to me it seems like any issue with software versions however i have no proof of this.
For reference I am running version: 2022.33
 
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