You cannot jump to the conclusion that they are liars. The image is from their CCS stop. Doesn't the lightning bolt icon mean the heat was running off shore power? As long as consumption isn't counted when the car is off or in park, cranking the heat to max when quick charging would only help their efficiency while on the road. Now that Bolts are starting to be delivered in Canada, more cold-weather trip-reports are coming in. Here is the screen from a 73-mile trip in 10F weather. They started in a warm garage, otherwise, would there have been battery conditioning? The owner reports he was using Michelin Xice-i3 tires and followed posted limits, which would have been roughly 80% 62 mph, 15% 43-55 mph and 5% 31-37 mph. Heat set to 68F. He did 21% better m/kWh wise than the reporter. Part of it is thanks to dropping 450 feet in altitude. Photo thanks to Stephane Tremblay.