Thanks for all your inputs, especially the links to NVIDIA integration, has passed it on to my dealer to get some feedback from the importer but it would be likely that it refers to new developed vehicles with start 2022.
For me it would be a shop stopper if it does not support OTA. I do not wait for any selfdriving services either but there are so much other functions that can be updated, assistance functions, battery management, bug fixes and improvements of initial installments. I have been in the vehicle design and evolution for electronics and software for almost 35 years and are aware of risks but also the tremendous speed it is in this development now. What’s new and exiting right now is outdated in a near future.
Ford will shortly issue an OTA update that will increase the battery management and thus extending battery warranty, Volvo and VW has informed of an OTA that will decrease consumption thus extending the range.
So, shortly, yes I want OTA but I do not want the car to take full control but I want assistance (as also Euro-Ncap) and I want improvements in vehicle functionallity. I like driving, that’s why I concidered EV6 as it according to reviews is more fun to drive than competition.