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a little thread as I noticed some things



  • the BEEP from the lane keep assist warning comes for the front speaker on the side you got near the white line
  • the wireless phone charger stops charging as soon as a door is opened
anyone else who has one noticed any little things like above
 

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Reverse warning beep

When in reverse, the car sounds a little beep (dong) at the backside to warn pedestrians. It is not very loud, sitting in the car you can barely hear it, but I think it can be annoying when coming home late at night.
Does anyone know if and how to disable this reverse driving warning?
 

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3 moths on still finding little bits :)


on the driving style display there are 2 blue lines (either side of economical in attached image)


if you have this display while you are driving those two blue lines move to show you current driving is "economical", "normal" or "aggressive" real time, so you can see if easing off a little makes to drive more economical
 

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When in reverse, the car sounds a little beep (dong) at the backside to warn pedestrians. It is not very loud, sitting in the car you can barely hear it, but I think it can be annoying when coming home late at night.
Does anyone know if and how to disable this reverse driving warning?
Isn't it VESS button that disables reverse sound, but by default after powering up the car the sound is enabled again.
 

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Did you know...

- To disable the 'adaptive' part of Cruise Control:
switch CC ON, but don't activated yet. Then push the distance button for 2 seconds.
Now it's a standard CC without distance keeping. At the next OFF and ON, the adaptive part is ON again!
- Disable front window Automatic De-mist System (ADS):
press and hold the windscreen de-mist button for 3 seconds.
- To Zoom/scale of the nav map: turn the right-hand knob
 

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This is a great thread. While a thorough RTFM will probably reveal most or all of the "Tips & Tricks" posted here, it's interesting to see the little bon mots that real owners discover as they explore their Ioniqs. Keep it up!
 

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I spotted a nice on yesterday - on adaptive cruise, if you're following another car it shows a small car icon in the centre of the speedo, with the follow-distance blobs (1-5 depending on how close you've set it), so you can see if your speed is being limited by traffic.

I would take a photo, but it's possibly the worst time to be distracted while driving :)
 

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The side mirrors dip when you put the car in reverse IF the mirror adjustment button is set to either L or R. If the button is left in the middle position, the mirrors do not dip.
This only works if your car has the automatically folding mirrors option.
 

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Sport mode changes many things

When switching the gearbox into sport mode, it does not only change the gearbox behavior and instruments display. It changes at least 6 things

  1. Gearbox behavior
  2. Instruments display
  3. Hardened suspension (I think so, but I am not sure on this one)
  4. Shorter accelerator pedal stroke
  5. Shorter brake pedal stroke
  6. Hardened steering
The last two features are very useful when driving down a steep slope with sharp turns. I switch to sport mode when driving down a parking ramp: sport mode makes it safer thanks to the short brake pedal stroke.
 

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When switching the gearbox into sport mode, it does not only change the gearbox behavior and instruments display. It changes at least 6 things
Does sport mode leave the ICE always on as mentioned in some of the US reviews?
Might there be a difference between European models and US models?
 

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in sport mode the UK model certainly keep the ICE running more but it does drop into EV and shut the engine down at times but the battery has to have a fair charge in it, as sport mode wants to use ICE and EV together so needs more battery power and recharges the battery more aggressively
 

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-In the trunk (!) you can open the fuel-cap.
-The normal car battery is in the rear of the car. I have never driven a car with the battery in the back.
-The lower part of the rear window will get more "power" from the rear windscreen heater than the top part.
-You can take (the rear) part of the frontdoor handle off and use the key that is hidden in the remote controller of your car to unlock the door.
-Touching the start/stop button with the key will start the car. No need to press the knob :)
 

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Oh wow this is so informative! Good one BC deffo need to make this a sticky.

I'm actually dry out of ideas right now but have experienced most of what others have said. Didn't know about the eco/norm/agressive driving indicator though, gonna monitor that tomorrow. And the side mirrors thing.

Definitely noticed the ACC adapting to a faster driver ahead when being cut up. Which is good.. but it can sometimes miss the mark.. as I've experienced before.
 
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