Cars might be more like iPhone with wheels as time moves on.Wait until you hear about their heated seat and steering wheel subscription model...
I wonder if you can subscribe to that only over winter? It's an interesting way to do it, all your cars can do all the things and the only big hardware difference is the power train and battery.Wait until you hear about their heated seat and steering wheel subscription model...
Ultimately a waste of materials. If you live in Qld it's useless. But if you buy it used in Vic from Qld you can activate it and don't need to find the one that had the feature added. Still, most ev's could remotely pre heat the cabin so it's a redundant feature to me. Are others aside from BMW doing this with these sort of features? At first I thought it was a pisstake.I get it for software-type features like navigation etc, but to have seats with heating elements and shitloads of wiring installed for assembly-line efficiency that might never see use is just shithouse.
I just find it funny someone is buying a $80k beemer and has to take out a $18/m payment plan/DLC on heated seats instead of forking out $500.I wonder if you can subscribe to that only over winter? It's an interesting way to do it, all your cars can do all the things and the only big hardware difference is the power train and battery.
Also would assume that the car has internet connectivity that I bet the owners would have to indirectly pay or software keys that expire if you don't take it back for a service at a dealership after some time or km interval.It’s just the software golden screwdriver model applied to cars.
Bound to happen.
We are waiting to hear how it feels at WOT. Get that right foot heaviermodel 3 is finally home. they had a massive warehouse with 50-60 cars there and trucks delivering all the time. Drive home took a little getting used to, the touch screen is an overload at first. so far quite happy with it. one thing i didnt like was the offset speedo going through school zones.
I'm not clicking on that clickbait looking thumbnail. Can you give us the gist, preferably in two sentences or less?Game over for everyone else? Very cheap used Model 3 SR's in a year or two? Or will they just put less batteries in making it lighter, cheaper and faster to produce?