ID.3 1st Edition
Apparently the update is going well time will tell I guess
There was a small amount, but I once covered over 400 miles on a very hot day, there was a slight slow down on the 4th charge, but nothing like a Leaf for example.Here's another one to worry about page 256 of the manual " During DC charging the current is automatically reduced to prevent the high voltage battery from over heating. In the case of several successive rapid charging procedures, this leads to a temporary extension of charging time "
Believe there was a small amount of rapid gate -ing in the TB long range tests of the e-Golf ?
Oh dear, doesn't sound good. Where are things at now.Well I am at the dealership to pick up the car post update and it is still in Offline mode and the SOS button is still not working. They are looking at it again and I am not leaving until it is either sorted or they can tell me what the next step is!
Well, it is a known fact that charge rates on batteries change with temperature, so I think it probably is worth mentioning in the manual.Not in summer temperatures though. You have to wonder why VW explicitly mention this in the owners manual, indicates that it is a known "feature" and they are CTA
Mine has charged at 104kW max (with the HVAC turned off in car) and has always hit the charge speed curve I’d expect.Watched a video last night of an Italian guy, probably autumn (it was raining and he's Trento way), 4 or 5 Ionity charges in one trip arriving at between 5 and 15% SOC, hit 100kw each time
Do you have lights now on the volume and temperature controls under the main screen?
There are no lights on those sliders. Any red dots you may have seen on pictures are the camera picking up the infra-red sensors that make the sliders work (can't be seen by the naked eye).Do you have lights now on the volume and temperature controls under the main screen?
Oh, I was getting excited for a moment. Thought there could be lights that needed the update to be activated.There are no lights on those sliders. Any red dots you may have seen on pictures are the camera picking up the infra-red sensors that make the sliders work (can't be seen by the naked eye).