They should be very easily do that, since they calculate time of arrival based on the speed limit of the road, but I doubt they will do it since they rarely update the firmware with new features given that this will require somebody to implement it as a new project and nobody wants to do that with old code.I see that now you can see the limit speed on the road and i think that's a nice update.
I wish that this feature will be put on the 2010 dvd maps for "old" RNS-E....always if the dvd maps for our units will be updated.
Given how inaccurate the Navteq map data is I would not trust my licence to speed limit data on the maps!I see that now you can see the limit speed on the road.
do you think it would make a difference if we all reported/posted the same corrections? maybe a bulk 'complaint' might help LOLGiven how inaccurate the Navteq map data is I would not trust my licence to speed limit data on the maps!
I've sent corrections to Navteq using their website for over 4 years now, and not 1 single correction has been made to the maps. Their "customer service" is absolute rubbish IMHO.
You would have thought that there are more customers of Navteq map data in the UK than in Romania and hence it would be more in their interest to correct the UK maps speedily - but it seems they just cannot be bothered, are too lazy, WHY,...?I believe it depends of Navteq interests.
No they have not the white DIS run the exact same base software as the RED dis, you can also confirm this for retrofitting the MY09 R8's had white DIS but red "time and millage displays"Has the DIS changed between 2009 and 2010 MYs then?
Check my post here which confirms the ONLINE car pairing: http://audiforum.us/rns-e/11926-new-rnse-online-verification.htmlI guess that makes sense. I believe the 2009 vehicles had the white DIS but were using the same RNS-E as was in use pre-2009, so it would have to work.
I guess the majority of my concerns lie with the activation. It would be weird having to take my car to the dealer to get their help retrofitting one of these new units.
The SVN system has been in place for some time on the MMI systems and dealers (most of them anyway) are willing to help out when retrofitting them, so I so no reason to believe they won't help if/when the SVN system is introduced onto other systems (like RNS-E) in the car.I saw that post. My concern is that if you went into a dealership with a legitimately acquired 2010 RNS-E installed in a 2007 car, would they even help you?
Isn't this already available in the US version since SW 0150? And it looked better than their version.In addition to the recommended lane, thesplit-screen display now also shows speed limits taken from thenavigation data for freeways and highways.
Along the route is nice, but I always thought their X/Y axis scrolling was very tedious and should have adopted a scheme of switching between pointing in a direction and going in that direction. That way, it would provide much of the feature of the new MMI's joystick knob.In topographic map view, thedriver and front passenger can scroll vertically, horizontally and now also along the route as they wish.