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Interesting detail with new upgrade

I upgraded to 4.5 (1.33.61) a couple of nights ago and was surprised to see that the power meter, whose scale previously went to 320 kW, now shows a max of 240 kW. I have a 60, and I never did reach 320 kW, so I don't need the 320 read out, nor - looking at other 60s - do I think that I should have had it in the first place. The car, of course, drives the same, but it will take some getting used to the new visuals, because in my 6000 miles so far, I got used to a certain amount of orange representing the "weight" of my foot, and now even very light driving looks like "lead foot" did before, since the scale is shorter. I'm curious if others with 60s had the same change to their instrument panel.
Also - and I'm not positive that this is a change, but I never noticed it before - the charge port not only stops pulsating green when the charge is complete, but now it goes dark after a while. I think before, it used to continue glowing green. That's the behavior described in the manual.

The charge ports have always gone dark after a time delay on my 85, delivered 3/2

My charge ports have also always gone dark after a short delay.

I was told that the charge port goes dark after a while to avoid drawing attention where it may not be wanted. Mine has always behaved that way.

My charge port and dash stay lit unless I lock the car then they go dark.

i just noticed the scale change. good eye!

The different scale on the power meter, is that only for the 60, or have (P)85 users experienced that too?

Meant "owners" not "users"..

Pricee2 - you need to have your car serviced if the charge port doesn't go dark after the car shuts down. Perhaps you have your key with you when checking? That does activate the awake-and-charging mode.

I was surprised that the scale on the loaner S85 was the same as my P85 - given that they have different max power outputs. Anyone noticed a change on S85 cars?

S85 still shows 320 kW.

Thx @Dcp.


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