Have you guys been able to hear this on your I-Pace when the speed is less than 20 km/hr (12.42 mi/hr)? I had all my windows open and haven't been able to hear it. Was this enabled in US cars?
1. Would be nice to know were you are from?Yes, I've heard it clearly with windows open. Didn't notice it with them closed.
Every time I put it in reverse people look at me. I can hear that tone. But I have never heard the slow forward AVAS.1. Would be nice to know were you are from?
2. I have not heard it in my location here in US.
I saw something once that a noise when moving forward direction was
too distracting to bystanders.:surprise:
Instead of it being a warning tone, it attracted more attention.
Can the warning tone be turned off when you are backing out of your driveway at 4am so as not to disturb your insomniac neighbor whose bedroom is directly across the street? The Leaf has a toggle switch that allows you to do so.Maybe I just heard it going backwards and not forwards. My mistake? Waaarb... waaarb... waaarb...
At faster speeds tire noise becomes apparent so there's no need for AVAS. But I still haven't been able to hear this supposed sound while I creep at around 10 MPH with all the windows down. Maybe it's disabled in US I-Pace cars?It should always be active when going super slow as the tone is specifically to alert blind people that you're coming their way; it's a safety feature since there's virtually little to no noise otherwise. But, it doesn't sound when you're going faster, which poses the question...how are blind people alerted you're approaching in the I-Pace when you're going fast? UGH!
Not disabled; I'm in FL and I hear it. It could require a software update though but I don't think it can be disabled.At faster speeds tire noise becomes apparent so there's no need for AVAS. But I still haven't been able to hear this supposed sound while I creep at around 10 MPH with all the windows down. Maybe it's disabled in US I-Pace cars?