looks like we have solidly past 6200 users. A user is defined as having the app installed on at least one device running under it’s account, for somewhere in the last month. It is not a run metric.
Guess what I have on my driveway now on loan for a full week. Watch this space……..
I have understood that most TPMS functions are available on the ZE50 natively. Would it be prudent to disable them for a ZE50? Or asked differently, is there anything a ZE50 needs regarding TPMS that is NOT already natively in the car and that we offer today for the earlier models?
Grats on the milestone, and on the ZE50 loan. You’ll want one after the week is out I’m sure. 😉
For me personally, the TPMS implementation in the native UI of the ZE50 is plenty sufficient. I mostly care about what Renault didn’t want us to know regarding SoH, cell health, temperatures, charging power etc. – Other owners may have different use cases.
Thanks for the feedback Jesper, I try to prioritize my personal “investments”, read “time”.
1. Not bad! This is a must have for any EV geek 🙂
2. A ZE50?? 😛
3. The dashboard does display the tires pressure indeed. What I do not know 100% is how it handles things when I will change to the summer rims/tires. I am told it should just work… For now you can maybe allow the TPMS functions for the ZE50 but read only?
2. uh huh, Mrs. guinea pig 😉
3. I am contemplating: *IF* the read functions still work more or less unmodified, do that. If not, just hide the screen for the ZE50
FYI only, I use CanZE about monthly to check battery SoH, and very occasionally the other functions on the lourney to visit my daughter 250km away.
Of course I think you are missing out on a lot 😉 But seriously, it’s absolotely fine! As long as it does what works for the users.