I would also add that they continually break Bluetooth connectivity on and off over the last two years. One update it's fixed and then the next it's goes right back. They keep introducing stupid useless things that only soak up valuable hardware resources (which are more and more difficult to come by on MCU1) and introduce bugs or outright break important and fundamental aspects of the vehicles. But hey, blogs can write about farts and dancing lights in a positive manner so all is well in the world!I mostly do updates in hopes that bugs get fixed. I am all in for a single stable software at time of purchase.
Maybe because I am AP1 and it was better years ago.
I do like the features I have gotten over the years but it is like 1 new interesting thing per year. I would trade that for no bugs and no downgrading in a heart beat.
- AP getting turned on and improving
- GPS enabled homelink (and air suspension - which I don't have)
- The ability to keep unlocked at home
- The personal key to user for seats etc (doesn't help me at all)
- Spotify (interface sucks);
- more voice commands (sucks with MCU1 - never use; don't really use with MCU2 either)
- Cute fart noises. Great for my kid - he doesn't drive the car - but worth 10 min of entertainment 1 time.
What got lost
- supercharging speed
- increased nag with AP
- better screen layout
Yep - I would have stopped in 2016 if that was an option in retrospect.