Not fiddled yet but I have driven an i3 a lot and the P2 is very similar on standard setting. I also have not tried the other steering settings as standard has a nice feelGreat news for those of us in the non-performance team! Did you find yourself changing the regen breaking level much?
To be honest I am not sure about the point/value of the performance pack. I took some very sharp bends at speeds I would not normally use in my XC60 (even in Advanced mode of the 4C active chassis - think Audi sport) and the only issue was from my passengers . This car is rock solid around bends with virtually no body roll and when you put your foot down it goes like sh*t off a chromium plated shovel -I lost my nerve long before the car showed any signs of slowing down.Great news for those of us in the non-performance team! Did you find yourself changing the regen breaking level much?
My XC60 has the 4C active chassis which has 3 settings - comfort, sport and advanced. Generally I stick to comfort on the motorway (where it excels). I found PS2 to be much firmer, but still quite comfortable on the motorway. On regualr roads it is much close to sport mode, but you do feel road imperfections much more and there is the odd 'thump' from the back end which is not present on the XC60.How would you rate ride quality v. the XC60??
My XC60 has HID with similar auto high beam to the PS2. The dipped beam is well controlled and nobody flashed me, so that is good. I found the dipped beam slightly disappointing compared to my wifes i3 (also with LED headlights) but they are much brighter than the XC60 (with 7 year old HID, which are beginning to fade). Coverage was good and I felt quite happy doing 60-ish down a local twisty B-road - would just like a bit more intensity close to the car.