Looks like a good possible solution. How do you like it after a few weeks?
Update: It says on their website that it is no longer available... Bummer!
Second update: It is still available at Walmart... Link to site: Robot or human?
Since I don't use a magnetic mount on my phones, I'm still trying to come up with a decent mount that either attaches to the dash (probably on the air vent) or to the steering column... I haven't found anything that checks all the boxes yet...
I've had Apple maps take me the wrong way numerous times and Google Maps never has on the same routes... My primary consideration is accuracy and details of navigation and on that, Google wins hand down. I really don't care much about the others...YMMV.
True. I should have been more specific. For me, I wanted both data on the center console ports and USB-C support. This restored that functionality. It was 70 dollars when I bought it from Tparts. Note that Tesla cut off the data cable on later cars and you need to let Tparts know this so...
Tesla dropped the communications chip that supports data on the USB ports due to supply issues. You can buy a replacement aftermarket module that has the data chip on it for about $70. I did this and now all data works as it should.