Yes, charging will stop at 80% automatically, only when using timed charging?
Otherwise it will charge to 100%. To get a lower number in a car without the 80% setting you must manually stop the charging. This is best done by setting the charge timer to start a few hours before you leave in the morning. Then manually stopping the charging when you leave.
The settings option looks like this on my car (a 2015).
This is how I normally charge my car. At home, from 11.10pm to get the cheapest electricity rate, finish at 80% to improve battery longevity.
This setting was removed in later cars because of a stupid EPA range rule. The rated range for an EV was reduced if it had such a setting. Hence Kia and Nissan both removed the 80% setting to artificially increase the stated range. Logically it is the EPA that must be blamed for enforcing the stupid rule, not the car companies. Green Car Reports 2016: Why EPA range-ratings are inconsistent and confusing for electric cars.
Charging to 100% should be avoided as much as possible, especially in hot weather. Occasionally doesn't matter, and is even useful to properly calibrate the battery. To avoid battery degradation it is better to charge the battery between 20% and 80%.
The codes for using Torque Pro can be found by clicking the link in the website icon under my user name on the left.