That’s fine - I just genuinely don’t understand it and am curious. I haven’t heard / seen anyone use the radio in almost 15 years. I actually didn’t even realize the Mach e had a radio until right now.
It’s the interior for me. It just isn’t great. And the single screen in the middle is just such a terrible user experience. It’s fast though and the tech is pretty good. Also can’t go wrong with the charging network. Tesla just isn’t for me though
This potential DCFC preconditioning that you guys have discovered - would it work with apple maps CarPlay as well since there is some integration with the car directly or is the integration only one way? Has anyone tested this to see if behavior is similar for Apple Maps CarPlay?
The outer rim piece broke in one location on mine. Had to toss it.
Just got an ID.4 last week as our second car and the cargo cover they have is much more solid. It attaches in basically the same way, but it’s a hard piece and you can actually put stuff on top of it if you wanted to. I hope...
What build quality and dependability stories are you talking about? Just the HVBJB failure for earlier builds? Cause I’m pretty sure that’s the only one and it’s not related at all to what you’re saying you’re experiencing
Ford support is telling people to key cycle 10 times??? Holy shit…. Just think about the UX even a little bit and build a “check for update” button on the software version screen. It makes zero sense this doesn’t exist especially given the fact that we know now the car actually can check the...
It’s definitely not just squinting because I’ve also started wearing sunglasses at night / late evening sometimes when I don’t need them at all just so BlueCruise will let me put my head back without throwing a fit
Thats weird because I’ve noticed when I wear sunglasses it’s not as nitpicky as it usually is. For instance, I usually lean my head back a bit while driving and it thinks my eyes are closed even though they’re not. But when I wear sunglasses and lean my head back I never get alerts.