Since my key fob for my Wind can open the mirrors on approach I'd also like it to unlock the doors and set the memory seat.
The Rivian dash has a display of efficiency over the last ~50 miles. Sets a benchmark for useful driver information, but not a new one; my 2013 hybrid had a coarse version.I'd like the odometer stats page in the middle of the dash to show ... The right side guessometer number comes from somewhere we don't really know.
Yeah. Annoyingly, Kia buries the Eco History in the EV page and it keeps it by trip rather than by time or distance.The Rivian dash has a display of efficiency over the last ~50 miles. Sets a benchmark for useful driver information, but not a new one; my 2013 hybrid had a coarse version.
That would be a pretty easy software change. What are the current options for the steering wheel star button? I know the manual lists them but those are probably out of date with the latest software updates.Get Phone Projection on the steering wheel star button.
Ideal for a relay attack.Since my key fob for my Wind can open the mirrors on approach I'd also like it to unlock the doors and set the memory seat.
2022I'm surprised it doesn't have this. Does anyone know if EV6 has auto folding outside mirrors and ones that tilt down when the car is put in reverse so you can see the curb? My 2017 Sorento SX had these features. The mirror that tilts down is based on which side the mirror control switch is set to. I checked the pictures of the specs from the US Spec - FULL Trim Specifications released thread but I didn't any references to the outside mirrors.
2022 GT-Line has folding and tilit-down options for side mirrors, but not auto-dimming.2022
"Hey I can hear your car when its reversing"I’m starting to get complaints from people about the noise of the reversing bongs…
Agreed. If so I would almost never need to touch the infotainment bar/screen and leave it on climate.Get Phone Projection on the steering wheel star button.
Nitpicking on my part, but I think you meant to say C-pillar? Trying to visualize as to how the rear seat belt buckles would manage to end up at or very close to the B-pillar...Something small but stupid not to be included; retaining clips to hold the rear seat belts when not in use or when the seats are folded down. I can't tell you how often the seat belt buckles end up between the B-pillar and the side of the backrest cushion, rattling to hell and back. Every Hyundai and Genesis car I've owned has had these. I've also seen them in other Kia products. They can't cost more than $1 to add when molding the plastics.
Sadly not. It’s the you came back at 4am and woke us up on the other side of the house from more than one neighbour."Hey I can hear your car when its reversing"
"That's great, I'm glad it's working as designed so as people are not unaware that an otherwise silent car is coming at them"
Give it a few years and it'll be so commonplace that people will not notice it, just like they don't notice the noise of those 1000s of rpm that happen when an ICE car pulls away.
Just USA, not North America. Because in Canada, there is a GT-Line Package 1 that doesn’t have the moonroof.I'd like to see an optional feature removal. In North America, being able to have a GT-Line WITHOUT a sunroof. I almost bought a second EV6 for our family, but My hair brushes the ceiling in the GTL because of the lower roof line. Same for all the high-trim offerings from Genesis, Hyundai, and Kia EGMP cars.