For a moment last night, I got excited, when I saw my M3 start to download the EU 2021 map to replace the already out of date 2019 navigation which came with the car when I took delivery in October 2020.
I was hoping, in particular, that the incorrect speed limits would have been fixed.
I have been given a link to what seems to be the latest Kia e-Niro widescreen updates (file name EUR.S5W_L.001.001.210303.zip).
However, after downloading the file and unzipping it I see it contains the following folder and files:-
I've read on here of people updating the infotainment system with the latest maps and also to be able to run Android Auto on the earlier cars, does anyone have any experience of doing this or links to any guides / downloads or is it best to get this done at a Kia dealer?
The navigation system manual mentions an SD card slot (page 4) but I can find no other reference to it in any of the manuals.
Does anyone know its function? Maps? Audio?
What specification of card does it accept?
So with the M4 Severn crossing now toll free.. one wonders what TomTom map version one has to update to get rid of the "TOLL CHARGE!" announcement when one sets a Wales destination. Will TomTom Live magic it away or is it purely a map update?
I note on the Renault R-Link store we are looking at...
Get charged up with Google Maps
So Google announced this a couple of days ago and I think it's a great start to see some actual real integration of EVs and charging stations into such a popular and mainstream application such as Google Maps!
It's starting off small with only a few charging...
I've just had an explanation for the reason the Model S onboard navigation (Nav) differs from the map shown on the centre console following a query over on the Tesla UK Facebook page. The map is updated live from Google's latest version whereas the Nav is periodically downloaded to the car, so...