What are your best bits?

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J.Erasmie
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Re: What are your best bits?

Post by J.Erasmie » Sat Jan 02, 2021 11:10 am

Cabin: Quiet and spacious

LED Matrix lights: Awesome

Adaptive Cruise: Just love it

The App: Great

Driving: Rear wheel drive and the weight down low makes it fun to drive

Navigation: Great to have it silent and be guided by the ID-light

VW id3 1st Plus in Sweden

DAN142
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Re: What are your best bits?

Post by DAN142 » Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:03 pm

The gimmick I enjoy above all is the way the interior lighting signals where to turn when using the satnav. I am interested to see whether this will still function when using Android Auto. Does anyone know?

scott28tt
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Re: What are your best bits?

Post by scott28tt » Mon Jan 04, 2021 9:26 pm

DAN142 wrote:
Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:03 pm
The gimmick I enjoy above all is the way the interior lighting signals where to turn when using the satnav. I am interested to see whether this will still function when using Android Auto. Does anyone know?

That’s the ID light, and apparently it does not work with other nav apps - which is a shame, maybe that will change at some point 🤞

ColinID3
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Re: What are your best bits?

Post by ColinID3 » Sat Jan 09, 2021 8:52 pm

After over 45 years of driving and over 40 cars, this is my first new car - 'Life Pro with alloys and heat pump' , collected on 23rd December. I have been waiting for an affordable EV which was would handle our regular 150 mile journeys, would go, stop and steer in safety and comfort. The ID3 ticks all these boxes superbly, way beyond my preconceptions.
When some of the tech features (which I didn't know in needed!!) occasionally fall short of their potential I just remind myself what a great overall package it us.

Nick Jan
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Re: What are your best bits?

Post by Nick Jan » Thu Jan 14, 2021 1:15 pm

I love its appearance and quick, near silent performance and its spacious cabin.

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