I'll copy and paste something I put in another Forum.
Thanks to Jeff A and a couple of threads lately, I finally did what I've been intending to do for 6 weeks, play with the many options of the displays.
Specifically I had wished there was a way to see what was going on and using energy other than driving.
One thread, and sorry I can't remember by whom, alluded to adding gauge numbers along the vertical bar in a couple of displays. You can see if your driving is pulling 300 WattHrs, or watch it go up and down adjusting quickly to acceleration or coasting. I believe you have to click to the right in this view and check the "gauge" box option to add the numbers.
I wished there was a way to see how much the heater and accessories pull, and it is here. Parked in my driveway last evening after a drive, outside temp about 50, I rotated the temperature up to 76 degrees. You can see how much the climate started pulling to raise the cabin temperature. I believe it was at this point the range also dropped from 52 to 44, certainly believable if I was to run the heater that much for the next hour.
I rotated the temperature back down to 68 and watched the climate bar quickly fall to the left and disappear. The headlights were on, which probably accounts for the small nub next to "other". This still shows 44 miles, I believe it went back up to 52 when I clicked the climate button 'off'.
I can't remember the tree of options to get here exactly, these 2 shots were a right click from "MyView", or something like that. I don't remember how I got there, I think under the "Energy" menu.
I also don't know if these views display while one is driving. Note this is "Accessory Power", the power used to actually move, 250 - 350 WHrs, is piling up in addition to the accessories.
As someone else mentioned, somewhere, there was no visual drop in mileage range by turning on the seat heaters, but I'm sure that would show up here somewhere and obviously does pull more juice than a radio. Fortunately that is not something that would normally need to stay on.
This was a long overdue lengthy exploration of more menu options than I had afforded myself to do but had wanted to. Obviously I'm not going to tinker with the menus while watching out for drivers and sudden stoppages on I-95.