Totally agree!I think we need a way to contact Jaguar with bug reports.
According to your son? It sounds like you don't consider him to be 100% trustworthy.I saw the front control knobs revert to Celsius - despite the Units option being Fahrenheit -- and the back ones (according to my son) were still showing F. It went away after a shutdown, restart.
We've have seen the car icon as well. Typically, it happens on the dash. FWIW, I've found that it never happens if we leave the car in Park until the map display appears. Putting the car in reverse immediately after starting the car almost always yields a car icon.So I have something strange going on with my I-Pace erratically the center display does NOT display what I have set for it to do. I have it set for Map, and sometimes I will start out and I only get the Car image there. Other times the Map is displayed right from the start.
Did you turn the interior light knob fully clockwise? It's to the left side lower area of the dash. There are also brightness settings and formats in both the left side steering wheel roller menu, and in General Settings in the center stack?I also had the issue with the Celsius vs Fahrenheit. I changed to Celsius and back to Fahrenheit and it went away. However, now my center screen is completely black. I can see a slight backlight, but nothing else. My climate dial controls used to have numbers but they too are black. The bottom screen is also black. I have driven it to several locations, turning the vehicle on and off... I have also pulled Fuse #5 and Fuse #16. I have an appointment on Friday, but was hoping there was some way to reset the system to see if I can get it back.
So how do you get out of the Emergency Energy Save mode? In the manual it states this:If you set the car to Emergency Energy Save mode through the MyEV page 2 menu, the center console will black out, but the instrument cluster still works.
I would think there is a fuse to the main computer to power it completely off for a hard reboot.So, if anybody finds out what the car's <Ctrl><Alt><Delete> equivalent is, please publish it here, somewhere!!
I used to have a Fisker Karma. Older tech, no doubt, but still a rolling computer. Once every year or so, you just had some issue where the fix was to unplug the car from the battery (a connector under the hood) and let it sit for 5 minutes and plug it back in. Then, everything would be fine again.
It should go back to normal once you restart. Let me check...So how do you get out of the Emergency Energy Save mode? In the manual it states this:
"If required, press the touchscreen to switch it on for a limited period of time."
However, nothing happens when I touch the screen and everything else works fine. The adaptive cruise control works, the full map in the instrument cluster works. However, my phone does not connect, the music doesn't play, the Talk button does nothing and I have no cameras. The vehicle drives great and has no reduction in performance.