Tried that before I left (out in other car) restarted and still thereI'd bet they've been muppets and the 12v battery is wonky. Check the voltage and then disconnect it and reconnect it and see if they all clear.
It is likely there is nothing wrong with all those systems but as stated above may be a 12V issue or just a "software glitch" which will rectify after a turn Off and On! These EVs are now mostly just computers on wheels.
My wife's e-208 announced several similar faults 3 minutes from home when it snowed heavily here in South Wales 3 days ago. It made her real nervous though that the car was going to stop/stall at any moment!
By the time she got to work all the faults had cleared!
You really reckon it's the charge of the 12 volt? Thing is I did my 25 mile (1 hour) commute home last nightIf it goes into D I'd probably shuffle it forward and back and sit in it with it on for 20 minutes to see if that tops up the battery enough for it to stop moaning about everything. If it is doing the same again after it's been left after that they will have probably knackered the battery so you need them to organise an immediate replacement. If it is still moaning after a new battery then they've properly bosted it
Yeah it's just totally randomly come on out of nowhereOh. If you've used it for a reasonable time then it does point to something more serious wrong.
New software when the charger was installed aswellWe had similar messages on our Volvo BEV. The 12v battery was very low (less than 2V). The 12v battery should take charge whenever it needs it from the HV battery. The best Volvo could come up with was a software issue causing it not to take a charge. Fingers crossed it's been fine since. I suspect something hasn't quite gone to plan when they were fixing the charger.
Well I contacted them yesterdayThe dreaded water ingress on the abs wire bundle also tends to throw these kind of errors. It is a quick and easy fix if they have a replacement wire bundle.