I thought this too. I'm withholding my thoughts until I get to use it, if only because I find MFT in my Fusion to be very responsive (except for Nav searches, which are a bit pokey) and people keep saying all over the Internet that MFT is slow and terrible, and that just does not match my experience...Cold fingers are in issue with touchscreens, hope that it is not too extreme and obvious. Some reviewers praise the touchscreen, just doesn,t seem standard across
this is a fairly good video that is generally fair even if I don't like everything said in it. (not liking the truth doesn't change the truth!) It sounds like from the end this was before the range test video that is in another thread.
I'm still concerned about so many videos and reviews that we are told aren't using production software, but given that there have been customer deliveries now, I'm not sure that's true for this specific vehicle? seems like an unknown right now.
there is an incorrect factual statement though - standard range is not 150 KW, it's 115 KW. I understand it never got to close to even that, but it's important to be accurate here especially when using that as a basis for criticism.
the range video on the other thread with @TFLtommy and his father does a more complete job of addressing range, and in this one, he explains that it's pessimistic in his experience.I'm sorry, is that screen (at 7:50) showing 80% charge and 79 mile range?
I know he's driving the smaller battery pack, 4wd, in the mountains, and in -1F weather, but that's alarming to me. Even though he says that he hasn't felt any battery anxiety, if I saw those numbers I sure would.