I've experienced only one other issue with my car, the intermittent bonnet catch sensor. Apart from that it has been faultless. I think that's pretty good for a completely new technology vehicle. Software seems to be much more of a thing in electric vehicles, even in areas that have nothing to do with driving. We think of it as we do a computer or smart phone, a world in which upgrades are a way of engaging and satisfying customers as much as they are about improvement. We now expect a continuous upgrade path throughout the life of the car, but that is expensive for manufacturers. Given the low service revenue from an EV I imagine that we will see annual software subscriptions before too long.holderone said:I have the same problem and it's definitely not being brought in on the feet as I've never had anyone sit in the back seats and yet every time I wash the car dust is layered inside. Like most people I'm dealing with so many other teething problems that I feel bad bringing it up 😂😂
The car returned after fix. I can't tell if it is working yet, but time will tell. The fix was to apply a foam strip around a hole under the c-pillar moldings. See attached pictures (upside down and in wrong order for some reason)ptblad said:A couple of weeks after delivery I discovered that my car suffers from sand leaking into the car at the backdoors. Contacted my dealer who told me it was a known issue and a fix was coming. Today, dealer informed me that they now have the parts to fix it! Booked for service in a couple of weeks and will report back after.
The first page on the instruction for the fix states May 2019. But unclear when this was communicated to dealers and when the nessesary parts were available.MjrPayne said:When this came out. My dealer told me 3 weeks ago that there was a fix but it didn't work so they wait for next.