That’s it. There is a little hook in the trunk you use to pop it out, eye screws in as normal.
Thanks,With the Nav. Select nav then you will see the lower right corner a box with three horizontal lines. Select the box. You will see once again in the lower right a box with two gears, select that. Select basic functions and from there you can enter your home and work address
I don't understand why the premiums get a full size spare while the lesser trims get a donut. Premium sound, cooled seats, 360 camera yeah I get that it makes sense but oh the premium has a full sized spare? I'm sold!The tires are not RFT’s. You have a full size spare in the trunk with a wheel that matches the other four mounted. Don’t know if that’s where the tow hook goes. I’m not in my car right now but there is a way to enter and save your home and work address.
I'll have to pay attention to this - I had the car idling a lot in the open garage today, turning it on and off for various things while I played around with all different stuff and I feel like the icon was on the dash the whole time I was in the garage...I did take the car out for a short drive and looked down and noticed the icon was gone, so maybe it doesn't activate until you start driving or something?The hourglass means the travel assist system is loading and isn’t yet available. Sometimes it’ll do this for a minute or two when you first start the car. Travel assist is activated on the steering wheel and uses the lane centering and ACC to act similar to Tesla’s autopilot. This is separate from setting just ACC and the already active lane keep which bounces the car back and forth.
also, if you drag the top of the screen down when you’re at home, there is a button to select guidance home quickly. You can also adjust the gauge lighting from this pull down menu.
Yes you need to start driving for the system to fully initiate and the hour glass to go away. Although it doesn’t happen all the time.I'll have to pay attention to this - I had the car idling a lot in the open garage today, turning it on and off for various things while I played around with all different stuff and I feel like the icon was on the dash the whole time I was in the garage...I did take the car out for a short drive and looked down and noticed the icon was gone, so maybe it doesn't activate until you start driving or something?
Still not sure how that interfaces with the sensors beeping when you're about to hit something, which I guess is officially the Park Distance Control feature...still not sure why it doesn't always work when moving forward unless I pop it in reverse first? 2021 Arteon press release just said it should work front and rear if moving under 9 mph, no other conditions.
Thanks, I'll have to play around and do more testing to see why the front PDC sensors don't always actuate when putting the car right into drive and inching forward with a toolbox sitting just a few feet in front of me. Could just be a software bug or something.the pdc will automatically turn on as you approach things from the front. It also monitors around the vehicle using the park assistant sensors on the side which is cool.
Is it really so difficult to keep your foot on the brake at a stoplight that we need to come up with ways to trick the car…..that all seem like much more of a pain in the ass vs just keeping your foot on the brake.there is a way to trick the car into holding the brakes for you, this is what i do.
when at a complete stop turn on cruise control and set your speed. the car will hold itself until you lightly tap the acceleration pedal and then just let the car drive itself. its not the most sophisticated in the world but its a work around.