So, it should be taken with s grain of salt at this point but what are your thoughts on the software bugs this couple have run into with the Mach-E? The F150 Lightning will have similar software.
This should be taken with a huge boulder of salt. The main problem/complaint here is Pone as a Key, which:it should be taken with s grain of salt
I mean, they definitely have a Mach E. They've done tons of videos on it comparing it to their Model Y. Not sure why they're parked at Tesla, but I don't think there's anything nefarious going on. (Besides turning every molehill into a mountain so they can have content to post)LMAO! Nice catch.
Pro tip: if you are going to record a video smearing the competition, next time drive to their lot.
I guess it would be nice to not have one…. But I am literally terrible at keeping my phone charged all day long so I would be terrified to not have a fob on me.I like not having to carry a fob, but they're more reliable/fast, IME.
Yeah, I'm sure Ford at least considered this when they built the Mach E first: That they could use it to work out some of the bugs before they roll out the BEV of their Flagship product. I mean, the reality is that F-150 *is* Ford. They're going to minimize risk/issues as much as possible on the F-150.Mach E is my beta development platform! Let them deal with these bugs. (maybe a little harsh, just keeping it real)
That was a FUDtastic video. I have a feeling that those people say " I want to talk to your manager" at least 5 times per week.That was a real treat to watch....