Hi Bill, No other hybrid/EV data comes out of the box. Just the Hybrid SoC%. The torque app has options to log every start up/shut-down as a single log file (I use .CSV when I download them), but you could check a box in the setup menu to append a log file when the down-time is less than 30 minutes; so if you step out of the car for a run to the store, it will allow you to continue the log-file when you start back up. You can also set it to ignore short trips (<0.5 miles). You don't have to 'start' a log file. It logs the data in the background, and then later you can save it to Google drive or whatever to access it. There is a TorqueScan plug-in available on the Google Play store that will apparently work with Torque to create a file of all of the sensor data that it has access to, so that you can then set up the special PIDs to log that data. The plug-in gets good ratings, but some of the negative comments lead me to believe that it may not work. Looking at this site (https://www.autoenginuity.com/produ...da-and-acura-ei08/enhanced-honda-module-list/) leads me to believe that there are tons of available sensors through OBD. But I am not willing to spend ~$500 to get access to the data. lol. In my google searches and browsing the Torque app's forum postings, I get the impression that Honda hybrid/EV data is not easy to access with low cost OBD2 scan tools. Some success was reported on this forum with ScanGauge II, but I understand that any PID developments would mean sending the unit back for updates, which seems impractical. It also doesn't appear to have a means to log the data, which is a deal-breaker for me. Here's an example of a forum where people were trying to get PID codes for their civic: https://www.civicx.com/threads/pids-for-torque-torque-pro.23291/ . I am jealous of the people that are able to view their Torque app on the head unit. I don't think that is possible yet for bluetooth scanners on 2018+ models.