The only reason that we tend to be "singularly prescriptive" is that people tend to come here to post issues about range - not about how they don't worry about anything other than enjoying the drive. I don't mind a bit that some people use ePedal exclusively. Now, if they start talking about how it's most efficient mode for all driving...I'm trying to point out that we all have different road or commuting conditions and values in what we find useful or convenient. I think our community could be more welcoming of how everyone might want to drive and not be so singularly prescriptive on what they should or should not do. You want to use ePedal , D mode, B mode... it's not going to matter that much. Even hot button issues like heat and speed... as long as you're aware enough about your range to not cause you issues... why not drive the way you like? It's ok.
How do I use this? My phone is already paired with the car. I almost always use Sirius/XM radio, but want the option of easily using Google Play Music without having to plug the phone in for Android Auto.Bluetooth audio streaming
Just select Bluetooth audio from the source menu... Spotify just connects and starts playing for me when I get in the car if I have that input selected.LeftieBiker wrote:How do I use this? My phone is already paired with the car. I almost always use Sirius/XM radio, but want the option of easily using Google Play Music without having to plug the phone in for Android Auto.Bluetooth audio streaming
golfcart wrote:Spotify has integrated with Waze and can be streamed over Bluetooth... This has basically rendered the Android Auto obsolete for me. I can listen to my music and get notified about traffic or cops taking radar without pressing a button.
I am also shocked how much I like the epedal for driving around town. Picking up my foot to press the brake seems archaic now lol. My buddy drove it yesterday and said the same thing.