If you're aiming to download data from it, you're even nerding out even more than I hope too. Never thought of that one as not sure I needed my eco rating and single trip data from a month ago, but it may still be in the car as I don't know how long it keeps it available in the history tab. I mean even if it can't download data right now, you'd think that could be doable via a later firmware update or even something that interfaces with BlueLink App to 'Send Email of Logs' or whatever.@m40dotcom
-- I wish there was a way to download data off the car. Is there? I haven't tackled the manual far enough to figure out a way to do it.
OK and here's the big question -- So when you pull up the screen that gives you an ECO Driving score...how is that calculated? I can't ever seem to get up to 7! :^)
Regarding the ECO score. Not sure I've seen what algorithm type fun they must use to get it, and I think I may have maxed out at a 6. But that being said, it is just about the worst conditions for it right now as it hasn't been warmer than 30s here, and 19 right now so just using the ICE for cabin heat will probably hurt the score regardless of driving. Even worse for short trips as it's running most the time to hit 68 and then i'm at destination vs longer ones where it can turn off an go full EV longer, which should improve score of course.
I'd sure thing that if I were to drive in the spring with no cabin heat/AC and stay in the eco range, it sure should max out for that score. But who knows, and you maybe have to go to South Korea to find out technically how it's calculated. If you get a max score (8 i believe) it'll be like beating Pac Man or Super Mario for the first time. Ha.