Sorry if this is the wrong subforum, this was my best guess as to where it belongs. Also sorry if some of this is a FAQ but I had no luck finding details. So I'm curious as to what the energy planner (Trip tab of the energy app) uses to calculate energy usage. I definitely know it calculates elevation changes. But it also seems to consider speed limit, or even more interesting I think it uses my configured amount over the speed limit. Specifically, I have my speed alarm set to 14mph over which is what speed I mostly drive at and my energy consumption matched the estimated consumption pretty closely. If it used the speed limit (typically about 70mph on my last trip) instead of my actual speed (typically 84mph) it should have way undercalculated my energy usage, right? I wonder if it considers temperature and/or climate control? And does it changes its numbers if you enable/disable ranged mode? It doesn't seem to. It would be interesting to see the values that are used to calculate the energy usage and ideally even to tweak them (e.g. a what-if tool). So it says I'll get there with 5% remaining, but perhaps I can turn on range mode and set my speed to 4mph over and see what the effect is. Obviously being able to set up waypoints would be really helpful too, like being able to add a stop between here and the next supercharger, or remove a specific supercharger from the planned route, etc.