Yeah, the stock navigation route planning is kind of weak. There are route planning apps that generally work better - ABetterRoutePlanner (ABRP) is one that most people seem to like. It isn't perfect, and still requires some tweaking. You mainly want to make sure that maximum charge is sane, and then add in amenity stops (meals and hotels with charging) in the appropriate spots.Hello to all ID 4 owners out there, I got my first edition almost a month ago and I love it, but I am having some problems with the EV route planner on the stock navigation, I will be moving to FL next month from NYC and I have added the route many times but my car is always telling me that I might not get there with the current state of charge (obviously). The route will be around 1.200 miles and the system doesn’t add any EV chargers to my route, what is worst is that last time added a couple gas stations (WTH), guys I am wondering if I am the only one or if there are other people with this issue. Can anyone help me ?
What also works is if you are using ABRP on your phone, and once you have a route you like, share it with 'maps' - that transfers the route to Google Maps if you are using Android, and if you are using Android Auto, it will show you the route with the stops on the car screen.
I believe if you have iPhone, you can do something similar, but I don't have iPhone, so I can't give any details.