WTF. That sounds so annoyingly/infuriatingly stupid.
Does any other BEV behave like this? (Some quick internet searching shows that Teslas, Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, and Ford Focus EV all do NOT.)
What could be GM's rationale for denying the driver such basic information?
I guess maybe denying people this information would have the effect of encouraging people not to try to cut it too close to "zero", thus reducing battery degradation and reducing the likelihood of getting stranded. But it also treats the driver like a child who can't handle basic information, even though in some instances that information can be absolutely critical.
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