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Volkswagen's ID.3 Triumphs European EV Sales in October

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  • > @HAL2001 said:
    > VW should immediately recall every ID3 made!
    >
    The should recall them because they are damned ugly!
  • It's almost like VW looked at the first gen Leaf and said how can we make even uglier version of that car. Hahaha
  • > @HAL2001 said: > VW should immediately recall every ID3 made!"

    Is that why Tesla never provided heads up display?

    HUD would fix Tesla's issue of no inline screen and the safety issues that creates.
  • LOL, My favorite comment from the article FISHEV posted about the ID3.

    "Most owners will already be grateful that the car turns on and has no 12V battery problems."

    Here are the runner up comments:

    " It would also finally present all the features it should have from the beginning."
    "According to the company, all cars made from now on are free from the issues"
    "we have the impression the procedures involved are the real reason for the update to take so long. In other words, it probably has to do with more than a simple software upgrade."
  • "The good news about the software that Automotive News did not mention is that it implies the ID.4 will start its career as a car that does not have to wait for upgrades. The electric crossover will be fully functional – and hopefully glitch-free – when it starts both in Europe and in the US. Although it was initially scheduled for this month in America, it will arrive just in March 2021."

    Nice that ID4's start showing up same time as the Mustang EV.
  • > @FISHEV said:
    > > @jnordland said: There are still zero cars on the market with over-the-air software updates that Tesla has been offering for how many years now?"
    >
    > But it's for bug fixes as they send the cars out before they are ready and before the software is ready.
    >
    > Three years and adaptive cruise is still Beta, still a mess.
    >

    So it was a bug fix to add Sentry Mode, a product that literally doesn't exist on any other vehicle? A bug fix to allow the windows to be remotely operated if they were left open by the owner? A bug fix to add traffic light and stop sign awareness, again, something no other car manufacturer has?

    Apparently, every other car on the road is built with bugs and should be recalled immediately until they can catch up to Tesla's "outdated" technology. Or maybe they can avoid the recalls and provide over-the-air updates to correct it? Oh wait...
  • > @jnordland said: > Apparently, every other car on the road is built with bugs and should be recalled immediately until they can catch up to Tesla's "outdated" technology."

    Tesla doesn't have Heads Up Display. No one uses Tesla tech even when Tesla says it gives it away.

    Model 3 to Model Y and no improvements, even the same production issues.

    "Don't Take Delivery Of A Tesla Model Y With These 3 Issues"

    https://insideevs.com/features/458563/video-refuse-tesla-model-y-delivery/
  • > @jnordland said:
    > > @FISHEV said:
    > > > @jnordland said: There are still zero cars on the market with over-the-air software updates that Tesla has been offering for how many years now?"
    > >
    > > But it's for bug fixes as they send the cars out before they are ready and before the software is ready.
    > >
    > > Three years and adaptive cruise is still Beta, still a mess.
    > >
    >
    > So it was a bug fix to add Sentry Mode, a product that literally doesn't exist on any other vehicle? A bug fix to allow the windows to be remotely operated if they were left open by the owner? A bug fix to add traffic light and stop sign awareness, again, something no other car manufacturer has?
    >

    You’re forgetting his other line of attack, that those are things for which Tesla should have delayed releasing vehicles until they were ready.
  • > @M-A-B-MCMLXXX said: > So it was a bug fix to add Sentry Mode, a product that literally doesn't exist on any other vehicle?"

    Sentry Mode has been a bug's life from doing hundreds of false positives a day to not recording the guy actually breaking into the car. Tesla keeps trying to fix it.

    Mustang EV has better system, better cam and detect, no big energy losses either, a major problem with Sentry Mode.
  • > @M-A-B-MCMLXXX said:
    >
    > You’re forgetting his other line of attack, that those are things for which Tesla should have delayed releasing vehicles until they were ready.
    >

    Yup. He thinks features that Tesla adds are bug fixes even though some of them are market leading technology that nobody else offers (Sentry Mode and traffic light/stop sign awareness). Definitely should stop deliveries until every single technology that somebody can think of is part of the car. Tesla over-the-air updates are destroying the stealership sales model. It must be stopped!
  • Lets review the article fish posted:

    Most ID3 owners will already be grateful that the car turns on ....
  • > @FISHEV said:
    > > @HAL2001 said: > VW should immediately recall every ID3 made!"
    >
    > Is that why Tesla never provided heads up display?
    >
    > HUD would fix Tesla's issue of no inline screen and the safety issues that creates.
    >
    >
    >

    Flagged for lying and misrepresentation of the facts. Admins need to step up their game and ban this lying Troll.
  • > @FISHEV said:
    > "The good news about the software that Automotive News did not mention is that it implies the ID.4 will start its career as a car that does not have to wait for upgrades. The electric crossover will be fully functional – and hopefully glitch-free – when it starts both in Europe and in the US. Although it was initially scheduled for this month in America, it will arrive just in March 2021."
    >
    > Nice that ID4's start showing up same time as the Mustang EV.

    But but you were saying MoME will be delivered at the end of the 2020.
  • why the fuck is fish allowed to lie like this? fucking ban him . like we all did to donald.
  • Lying is not against the community rules. The only thing fish is hurting is his credibility.
  • Lying Maybe not against community rules but it sure does effect potential buyers decision when they read his repeated misinformation and half lies.
    And that is why I encourage all trustworthy owners to report FishEV to [email protected] about his misinformation campaign against Tesla.
  • My guess is that they are fully aware and there is lawyering going on behind the scenes. The trolls behavior has changed. The post contents are carefully considered.
  • @lbowroom I am 100% with you on that one.
  • > @M-A-B-MCMLXXX said:
    > Lying is not against the community rules. The only thing fish is hurting is his credibility.

    "Don’t post messages that are obscene, vulgar, hateful..."

    I find lying both obscene and hateful.
  • fish considers it an artform
  • > @calvin940 said:
    > > @M-A-B-MCMLXXX said:
    > > Lying is not against the community rules. The only thing fish is hurting is his credibility.
    >
    > "Don’t post messages that are obscene, vulgar, hateful..."
    >
    > I find lying both obscene and hateful.

    Some people consider snarkiness and sarcasm as hateful. There would go the bulk of the posts in this forum
  • There would be much less snark if the forum wasn't inundated day in day out with willful misinformation. It gets under peoples skin. Sarcasm is an appropriate response.
  • > @calvin940 said:

    > I find lying both obscene and hateful.

    "Honey, do I look fat in these pants?"
  • The OP's story and following troll defenses are pure shit lies. This thread needs to bye-bye.
  • > @lbowroom said:
    > There would be much less snark if the forum wasn't inundated day in day out with willful misinformation. It gets under peoples skin. Sarcasm is an appropriate response.

    I wasn't implying that they're bad. Some respondents have taken issue with snarkiness and lashed out. I think the forum would be less fun without sarcasm.
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