Mental user experience, that. I have left mine on Eco since it arrived, but it reverts back to normal mode every so often, and it really is quite tedious having to go back into the Range Assistant app just to turn it back on.I keep trying to do this via the fan symbol before I realise I need to return to the new Range Assistant tile.
Again and again.
So eco is only really useful in moderate weather.... When the demand is already low in the climate system... I really don't see the point of eco mode.Eco climate is only realistic in mild or warm conditions, it's not intended for cold or hot conditions for exactly the reason you've found...
It returns to normal mode if SOC is below 50% and you charge it back up over 50%.Mental user experience, that. I have left mine on Eco since it arrived, but it reverts back to normal mode every so often, and it really is quite tedious having to go back into the Range Assistant app just to turn it back on.
Today drove close to 350 kms mostly highway at temperature varying between -2 and +2 with Eco climate on all along except for 10 minutes when I turned off the climate completely. No fogging issue at all. It was sunny during the first half of the trip. So it seems that the fogging issue has to do with rainy condition which was the case during my experience in the previous post. Overall very happy.Has any PS2 owner from cold climate figured out a way to avoid fogging while using Eco climate? My experience has been that I need to turn on defrauster every 5 minutes or so when driving below 0C/32F...Is there a trick I'm missing?
Or to use the damn sensors that are already there and dynamically adapt ECO mode where necessary to ensure it works properly...Actually ECO mode works fine even at 0C if you add a little non-ECO every half an hour or so, a future upgrade for Polestar might be an adjustable degree of ECO