Ok first of all, thought for the day:
It’s the year 2021, and yet the stealer had to send someone in a crappy 55 plate Jazz 21 miles to my home, leave said Jazz on my drive all day and take the drive the e 21 miles back to the stealers to plug in a laptop to it and flash a firmware update. Then drive the e 21 miles back to my home, and collect their Jazz and then drive that who knows where.
Tesla could have done this update remotely over-the-air to their vehicles a decade ago.
At the very least, why couldn’t the stealer send the guy in the Jazz with the laptop to just do the update on my drive? Or perhaps they’re worried that if we don’t see the magic happening in their mystical workshop, we may start to wonder why we can’t just do this stuff ourselves in the same way we update any other device we own.
Man-e wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 28, 2021 9:51 am
The rear seatbelt reminder is regulation that’s why there is a recall for its operation not showing rear seat status when you start driving..
Do you know when this became regulatory in the UK/EU? Only this is the first car I’ve have with this feature.
Anyway, had the update done today, as far as I’m lead to believe. I have no way of knowing for sure though, since I can’t seem to see any difference from how it was before. The seatbelt “grid” sowing the four statuses shows when you turn on the car, a few seconds after the image of the car appears in the left of the cluster, in the same location. Tbh, the time it takes to come up, I would ordinarily have already started driving by then.
I’m not sure if it comes up EVERY time though.
Oh and yes it’s super annoying that the miles/kWh of Trip A has now been set to the same as what Trip B was reading.
As to the bit about potentially other stuff getting updated, does anyone have a different version of this stuff?
Although, are those bits supposed to get over-the-air updates anyway? The car’s certainly not showing any of those ever happening so far...