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I’m a recent owner of a GT line R135 ZE50 and I’m very please with car.
However I’m struggling with certain things that perhaps are obvious to others so I’d like some help please-
I understand I can pre-condition from the App or the car (plugged in or not) but the question is; what does the longer (30mins) unplugged car pre-condition do that the 5 mins App version doesn’t. I’m not sure if battery heating is the bonus in the U.K. variant.
Sorry if this has been raised and answered previously.
Canze might help if it was done for my iPhone and ZE50!
 

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IMO, programmed unplugged (and plugged) car pre-cooling/heating will heat/cool interior to the certain temperature and then maintain the temperature. Instant pre-cooling/heating via app button will run at max speed of fan heating/cooling interior for 5 minutes trying to reach desired temperature.
 

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IMO, programmed unplugged (and plugged) car pre-cooling/heating will heat/cool interior to the certain temperature and then maintain the temperature. Instant pre-cooling/heating via app button will run at max speed of fan heating/cooling interior for 5 minutes trying to reach desired temperature.
Yes that sounds logical. Thank you
 

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Mine seems to run for 10 minutes when I activate it from the app.
 

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Yes I’m not sure, my 5 mins could be longer too, with the App start
I do not measure time. I activate precon/heat via app 5 minutes before I get in the car. Getting in the car precon/heating is still on.
 

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I tried preheating via app while charging today. It works.

 

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And which ancient civilisation is still using miles, inches, feet, yards 😉
Pilots use feet for altitude.

I only ever order a Yard of Ale in a Pub.

I have two feet.

Give me an inch and I’ll take a mile. :)
 
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