So, I had my first chance to take a trip with 6.2 yesterday. It started with a 298 km leg in approximately 0 degrees C, but otherwise a nice clear day. I found the range prediction to be inaccurate, and I'm curious what assumptions it's making in it's calculations. In my case, it predicted that I'd arrive with 27% of the battery left. In reality I ended up with about 16%. I drove about 5 km over the limit with HVAC off. I was certainly one of the slowest vehicles on the road and so spent the entire time locked on cruise. On thing that confused me is that it was predicting a trip time of about 3:50. That's ridiculous for a 300 km trip, where the limits are 65% at 100 km/h and the balance at 90km/hr. Is there anywhere where the software will tell you what assumptions it's making for speed and so-on, similar to what EV Tripper Planner provides? Without that, the predictions are a bit meaningless. It would also be nice to be able to dial in a speed factor. As it is, I found this new "range anxiety eliminator" to be close to useless. I still needed to watch my estimated range and set my speed as required to make sure that I arrived with a comfortable buffer. My two cents.