Wow, just spoke with a nice but dim blue link tech online. She says the 2019 car doesn't come with remote start because it's electric. I explained that it used to work but stopped a couple weeks ago, she said she could see all the failed attempts but no successful ones. I used remote start all the time for two months, but she didn't believe me. Still she helped me reboot the head unit, still didn't work. Guess I just have to live without remote start anymore. A-holes!
If you go to the bluelink site and send the command from there it works. Also I had to explain to them that remote start heats up the car for all electric vehicles. They just don't deal with many calls from BEV users. Does not excuse whoever's in charge of training however.
Canned say that any more with Tesla taking away supercharging for rebuilt cars. It is why I support right to repair! If I brought it I should be able to do what I want with it and should not be forced to buy something new because you refuse to make repair info available or push out a update to remove functions.
Latest update released two days ago fixes remote start. It is now working again for my 2019 what about everyone else? Also wondering if battery charge management works for anyone with this update? It still does not work for me.
My new charging lead that came with car is like wrestling with a boa constrictor snake.The lead has straight connectors with PVC cable which sticks out 20 cm from car when charging. My old PHEV Ioniq had nice rubber lead.I have purchased lead from EV OneStop for £129. The new lead has shaped...
Now that the EV model is been out for almost an year (in South Korea), did anyone saw a lost of range due to battery degradation!?
This is something important to consider when buying an EV car which does not have like 400km of range!!!