MemberOctober 4, 2021 at 11:29 am
I love the idea that ODB type data will be available on the main screen rather than an antique ODBII port, that’s where it belongs. It would also be nice if it was available through the app, if the screen fails you still need access to this data and it’s interesting to have at your fingertips even if nothing is wrong. Tesla uses an Ethernet port for it’s techs rather than a ODBII port which is fine for the techs but for users the only way to get at the data is to hack an ODBII port in by removing a panel and sticking in an connector, that sucks. The ODBII port is from the 90s, it makes about as much sense now as an RS232 port on a computer, you have have a computer and a big screen in modern cars plus they are all Internet connected, so it only makes sense that all of the internal diagnostic data be available the screen and via the Internet.