From Bjorn's video this morning, the front USB-C sockets are power& data, the rear pair are power only.Why wouldn’t all 4 of the USB C ports be powered?
Even if there is no fusebox (unlikely) it won’t be too hard to find a 12v supply, or worst case run one from the battery.
I certainly wouldn’t be powering my dash cams from a visible socket.
I have recently changed jobs and my mileage has gone from 400 miles to just 50 miles per week, so I will either spec a non 1st Edition Max to the way I want:Are you thinking of getting one of the post 1st edition models, or has something else caught your eye? Or just sticking with your current car for the time being?
That sounds like good news - If it's a shorter commute hopefully you are getting a fair bit more time at home.I have recently changed jobs and my mileage has gone from 400 miles to just 50 miles per week
Agreed. I've been asking for power socket in the courtesy light for ages.I have wondered why car manufacturers have not cottoned onto the growing use of dashcams and either build in a dashcam option into the cluster behind the rear view mirror or at least as a usb power port to it so people can add their own dashcam without taking the car apart.
Yes Tesla have this option but talking about other manufacturers. Premium brands should be building in cameras by now and and the other companies should be supplying usb port.
Firstly, thank you for posting all of this information from Frankfurt, it's been really beneficial.I have recently changed jobs and my mileage has gone from 400 miles to just 50 miles per week, so I will either spec a non 1st Edition Max to the way I want:
Electrically adjustable seats with ‘ergoactive‘
Depending on how much that comes to I will either pull the trigger or keep my current car until the fully EV version of the Škoda Superb is available in 2 or 3 years.