I really have to wonder how many people work for a car company and are members of forums for those specific models.Polestar confirmed that 1.8 is still being evaluated in test cars and it would likely begin pushing it out at the end of the year. They provided no details on its contents.
Yup, that's a charging timer with configurable start/stop time. This particular timer is set for "every day" which makes me assume that like preheat timers, you can have multiple with different times and days combinations.
Still waiting for your parenthesis to close!That UI looks terrible (12h clock? Really? But looking forward to this feature. Hope they’ve fixed the charge reporting issues 1.7 introduced without introducing many more!
Sorry I broke your parser! I blame the mobile phone cramped edit dialog boxStill waiting for your parenthesis to close!
I think the function is far more welcome than any UI, especially if it works.
Polestar has publicly reported that it's coming before the end of the year. So that's 3-4 weeks. The US usually gets it a couple weeks later.I was told be my dealer this morning that 1.8 is coming in the next couple of weeks, and that should fix the PAK issue I have.
It's not exactly an environmentally conscious thing to do though, is it.... even though it's an electric car, even if the energy is coming from renewable, it's still taking up energy that could be used elsewhere.Yes. Why should we be limited to 30 minutes? It should be up to me to decide if I want to keep my car warm all day long. When it's below -20 celcius it really takes a while before the care is all warm.