Thx for the info.
Have you had the touch screens go out and put the troubleshooting steps to use with any success?
When my touch screens first went out, all I had to do was a 100% charge, lock and unlock the car, then do a Slow Boot.
I get in, put on my belt, hold the brake and push the ON/OFF for a full 1 second. Now I wait for the car to boot up.
It will load the phone stuff, then music, then nav, then 4G, usually a Jaguar warning screen comes up, and I tap it.
I would not plug a phone into it until it's done booting, or put/remove a memory stick while booting.
When everything is up, then I put the car into gear.
Since I've been doing that, (often ignoring the 100% charge and 4G), I've had no black screens or sudden switch to Celsius on the temp knobs.
I'm very used to computers taking awhile to boot. You should see how long an iPhone takes to come on when it's been turned off. And after many years, they still have serious bugs in it.
Sadly, I remember when a 80486 booted too fast and you had a TURBO button you had to have OFF in order to get it to boot. Virtually instant. Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet was just over 0.1 megabytes. It fit on a floppy. I'm not convinced today's computers are much faster than what we had when it comes to Work Per Hour. We just have bigger programs that are not optimized.
Perhaps the reason the I-Pace boots slow is it does some things that some other cars do not.
2) Carplay and AA
3) Smart climate controls
4) Does the diagnostics BEFORE the motor is turned on, ICE does it afterwards. You don't want >400v active until you've checked it first. You can't check an ICE unless it's running.
5) 4 LCD displays: HUD, Dash, Center Top, Center Bottom.
6) Runs under Windows. Linux is far faster especially on multicore machines or machines with less ram.