Many outdated depictions of life in modern times would have you believe that our vehicles should be commuting through the clouds and making appointments on our behalf. While we’re still a few years out from flying cars, Volkswagen’s new ID.4 lets you communicate with your vehicle in ways previously unheard of.
Though you won’t be having conversations with your Volkswagen any time soon, VW introduced a sophisticated dash light feature into the new ID.4. The dash light fixture is comprised of 54 miniscule LED lights that illuminate in different hues to communicate vital information to the driver and passengers.
When you sit in the driver’s seat of the ID.4, the dash light row will display a series of blue and white LEDs to welcome you and indicate that you are free to commence your drive. Upon standing up to exit the car, the ID.4’s light bar displays the reverse color scheme to wish you well.
Volkswagen also included a number of other dash light communications, including alerts for incoming phone calls, safety warnings, battery charge level, and navigation. Many more messages are expected to be rolled out.
Interested in trying out this futuristic tech for yourself? Give Lewisville Volkswagen a call today to reserve your VW ID.4.
Spring has sprung, and it’s time to get your car ready for the warmer temperatures and road trips that lay ahead. To help you get your vehicle in tip-top shape, the service technicians at Lewisville Volkswagen have put together some helpful spring car maintenance tips.
Check your alignment and suspension
Texas experienced an unprecedentedly cold winter this year, which can put stress on your vehicle’s suspension and alignment. Bring your vehicle in to Lewisville Volkswagen to have your struts and shocks inspected.
Inspect your wiper blades
After dry, frigid winter temperatures, your windshield wipers might be too worn to keep April showers out of your vision. Stay safe and make sure your wiper blades are free of cracks or tears. If you spot damage, it time to replace them.
Top off your fluids
As the weather starts to warm up, make sure your engine fluids are appropriately full. If you run out of coolant, your engine could overheat during Texas’ trademark scorching summers.
Monitor tire pressure
Tire pressure fluctuates in tandem with temperature changes, which becomes problematic during spring’s indecisive weather. Stay safe by checking to make sure that your tires are inflated to a PSI within the manufacturer’s suggested range,