This has been my argument all along. The presentation is all wrong. Who ever came up with "range" anyway?When I test drove the XC40 BEV I saw they only listed the %SOC gauge. Pretty sure that's the right way to go.
We all deal with just that battery % info on our phones, laptops, etc. We all know "OK 10% left... yeah probably should plug in" or "80%? oh I'm fine"
Displaying a GOM %SOC<->mi/km conversion is incredibly error prone, misleading, and basically leads to this whole thread.
And every ICE I had before an EV I just had a fuel gauge - I'd have to go into a sub menu to find the estimated range left. Why should that be different on an EV?
Just show the % left. Everyone will come up with their own way to deal with that info as they need, and as they do now, just without the aggravation that the GOM induces.