I'm intimately familiar with I-76, but you're all pronouncing it wrong, it's "Shore-kill Depressway". 🤣
Although the road itself my be flat. The Philly suburbs are at about 400 ft elevation and downtown Philly is about 100 ft elevation, so a net downhill going and net uphill coming home.
At least it seems to only be the door. A deer hit me when I had my 2013 Focus ST with the initial impact on my drivers door that dragged back along my rear door before ending up in the wheel well and pulling off my back bumper. The deer then got up and walked away.
Agreed. I don't think Ford has ever said anything about deliveries of the GT starting before "Late Summer" and at no point has that changed. They could still very well meet that goal even if they haven't confirmed orders yet. They technically did meet the MME delivery goals of "End of 2020"...
I can confirm that if I put my phone in the charge pad location, then even without unlocking my phone / opening the app that the car starts 100% of the time. If I leave it in my pocket it almost always tells me no key detected.
I've found the same issue with using the outside door lock button; however, a good alternative is to lock with the number pad which doesn't need to authenticate with PaaK to work. If you hold 7-8 and 9-0 together for a second it will lock the doors without PaaK/fob.
One thing that I noticed did change was when your car is done charging, the banner at the bottom of the home page says "Target Charge Reached" instead of "Charged to 100%". Before, it would charge to the percent you set it to (in my case 90%) and be done, but it would display that it charged to...
Here's an option they list for cars with metalized windshields... although I'm not sure how I would feed about a sticker on my headlight from an aesthetics perspective
After you've charged at a location the first time, it will show up in the app. To get to it, go to:
The "Vehicle" tab at the bottom
The "Manage EV" tab in the middle
"Preferred Charge Locations"
Then click on the address you want to set a limit for...
Then there is a slider...
FWIW, I did the credit application on the Ford website. Even though it's called completing the purchase, it's really just a process that ultimately the dealer has to finish. It basically just pre-populates the information for them. I hope it does show up today!