I bought a 3Gb 3month sim on 3mobile from argos £12 i think or 3mobile do 200mb/month for free. Which should be enough from what i have used so far. Google earth map is clever and news reader but i got it because i wanted remote charging and heating which i now think may work without sim?We've had ours just under a week now and we're happy with it. No problems with the locking. We had a dedicated charging unit installed on the front of the house, so we haven't had to use the bulky charging cables, although I am sure they will come in handy when we go further afield. Unsurprising the EV-only range is not quite as far as advertised, but it is enough for our daily urban use, and when the car is in hybrid mode it has been extremely efficient. It will be interesting to see if the electric-only range improves slightly once the weather is slightly warmer.
Not sure if it is worth getting a sim card to get full /easy access to functionality with the Audi MMI system - some thing seem like gimmicks (not sure I've ever felt the urge to tweet whilst driving!) but being able to control settings and program the map from a computer could be handy. Anyone else tried getting a sim?
One v v minor issue is that we paid for the luggage package option - which basically provides a few nets - but we didn't get the 'net in the side compartment' of the boot that was advertised as part of this package, presumably because there's no spare room to do this in the side panels of the boot. It's a tiny issue but annoying as that is how it was described in the e-tron specific brochure.