I felt this topic needed its own thread to stay on track.
I also emailed [email protected]
a couple of months ago (they made the infotainment)
and got nothing. There was a guy named Rob from Colorado on RL who spearheaded the whole finger follower issue on 991 GT3s when they were having some engines seize. In a nutshell, he and a couple others were actually invited to Germany and met with one of the head guys at Porsche. They proved the issue and Porsche decided to replace engines that needed it and gave a 10 year 120k mile warranty to the rest.
991.1 GT3 COG: Our Meeting with PCNA/PAG plus Porsche's Official Announcement - Rennlist - Porsche Discussion Forums
I used the above example to show that it's possible to be heard and get something done. What I think we need to do as a group is to decide the best route to go forward with this and get as many people on board as possible. I think our best bet is to get Lamborghini to get a team to put some effort into fixing/programming this thing right. I already came up with what I believe is an excellent solution to the poor design of the volume control.
Here it is again:
They add a menu selection item in the infotainment settings to select "audio" for the left side buttons on the steering wheel across from cruise control. Then you could deselect to revert back to original function of the buttons if you need to. Those toggle buttons are rarely used by most I'd assume for trip or tire pressure anyways. When "audio" is selected they would now work as follows:
= (hold) volume up - double click > next track
= (hold) volume down - double click < go back a track
Let's gather feedback to the most annoying problems and have them work on a fix and get it to the customers. My main issues are:
1.) Volume control sucks
2.) Bluetooth drops
3.) Heated seats operation should be on the main screen instead of secondary screen
Please post common infotainment annoyances and possible suggestions for moving forward with Lamborghini will be what this thread is all about.
Once we have suggestions collectively then hopefully we can agree on how best to proceed. Let's see if we can get our voices heard and make something happen.