I saw in another thread, someone said that a VWoA corporate rep was there at their test drive who claimed that auto hold would be coming to the US models via OTA. That hasn't been verified from any other sources that I'm aware of, though.
Possible - I could see a minor bug fix release that also tests their update delivery infrastructure.Version 2.1 was released week 8, so based on VW brand CEO Ralf Brandstätter statement that "...Volkswagen will become the only volume manufacturer to provide over-the-air updates for the ID.3 and ID.42 every 12 weeks ..." my guess is May 2021 update. Given they will be chasing feedback from ID.3 and ID.4 launches, my total guess is a limited update (without plug-and-charge that was mentioned for "later in 2021").
All of that, but especially efficiency improvements. I hope that there is quite a bit of efficiency to be had with fine-tuning each subsystem and fine-tuning how subsystems interact, all based on real-world data from actual customers.On my wish list would be improvements to charging, throttle response, brake pedal feel..not that any of these are bad, but they may want to tweak those for better efficiencies or feel. And maybe some improvements to the UI.
And thats the key, as more and more vehicles are on the road, VW will have A TON of big data to work with. I expect that they are prepared or are preparing to acquire and analyze this all in really meaninginful ways.All of that, but especially efficiency improvements. I hope that there is quite a bit of efficiency to be had with fine-tuning each subsystem and fine-tuning how subsystems interact, all based on real-world data from actual customers.
Hey Furkan, maybe you should visit your dealership to get 2.1 ?The OTA update every 12 weeks starts after the FIRST OTA update which is planned for the summer as they said in the interview. So timeline would be End Q2/Start Q3 for the first ota roll-out. I would like to be suprised so mid-may would be a welcome one.
Im still running 2.0