My car is being delivered today. When I mentioned to my delivery coach the other day that I had read somewhere that WiFi should be turned off for OTA updates, he said he had never heard that. So I looked in the owner's manual but couldn't find the language there. I'm going to show him your post of the screen shot to see if he can call someone at Lucid to get the scoop. (Our Teslas recommend turning WiFi on for their OTA updates.)I have no idea lol. I've always left it on because I thought that was the way I read it. Maybe because they can for sure push it OTA but via wifi people might have issues downloading if they have some weird security settings?
Not trying to thread steal but I hope that this type of feature on cars will retrain drivers to use their #$%E%^&$%% turn signals.Another update. I also noticed, lane keep assist is now working. It's not mentioned in the update but it's active lol. When you drift out of your lane without signaling, it will bring up a lane display on the left side of the main panel, flash red the line you are crossing and then steer you back into the lane
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