I think you need to add in the cost of multi-functional seats at $1600, which was part of the premium package.If my math is right,
2022 all options in ultimate package, $9,400
2023 ultimate package $7,700
a SAVINGS of $1700
Yes. I have it with the driver assistance package. Although I don't fully understand when stop and go is enabled vs when I have to hit the accelerator to restart, even after 1200 miles.Maybe people who already have their iX50 2022 can verify if they have Active Cruise control with stop & Go on their cars.
That sounds about right. My current Range Rover (ICE) has same functionality.I think I figured it out today when driving in heavy slow city traffic with cruise control on….. when the car is stationary for more than 20 seconds (traffic lights, stationary traffic for some time…..) have to gently press on the accelerator to get the car going and then the “stop & go” kicks in. When car comes to a halt for less than 20 seconds, I don’t need to press the accelerator and it moves off by itself. The ding reminder happens when I didn’t press the accelerator when the vehicle in front moved off!
This is not definitive, just todays experience.
If I correctly understood the principle of operation on my ix, then when a car is stuck in a traffic jam, it will start moving only if I literally look at the road.Yes. I have it with the driver assistance package. Although I don't fully understand when stop and go is enabled vs when I have to hit the accelerator to restart, even after 1200 miles.
Yes, of course. That's what I'm saying) Sensors monitor where I'm looking. If I'm not looking at the road, then at the moment the car left in front of me, it starts beeping.Interesting if that is how it works. Have you tested that/observed that behavior?