I believe someone else also mentioned this but I noticed more battery has been unlocked on my SR AWD after getting these OTA updates. I charged to 100% last night and when I checked the kWh to empty divided by the state of charging % in car scanner, I am seeing 70kWh.
Nice! Looks like it is showing up in this ETIS system, thanks!
Just called my dealer and they don't have the notice yet from Ford but say they see that it should be coming in within the next 2 days, so I will check in on Thursday.
It may have taken a year but I do want to thank @Ford Motor...
I agree, it shouldn't be based on income level, it should just be based on the price of the car. This way it's fair and anyone who wants to drive a less expensive EV that qualifies for the higher EV rebate can do so.
I'm not sure if it was already mentioned in this thread but I want to commend @Ford Motor Company on the improvements they made with this update for the regenerative braking and overall brake pedal feel.
I am noticing that my Mach-E doesn't have the annoying grinding sound and sudden grabbing...
I think Ford did a larger scale roll out as my car and my father-in-law's Mach-E both got the OTA last night. In the past, his Mach-E was getting the updates 1-2 weeks before mine.
Perhaps Ford is getting more confident in their roll outs and increasing the deployment size?
I don't know what changed but I have suddenly seen a massive amount of Mach-E driving around. I still get excited when I see another Mach-E and it's always nice to chat with other owners at charging stations.
What app do you use? I had to use Google maps to set the route and then press “biking directions” to see the elevation gain/loss but it’s not great at showing where it is on the route itself.
I was also getting 2.1-2.3 km/kWh (1.3mi/kWh) on the way up the mountain as it was the worst possible...