Actually I can't remember EVER seeing traffic info in the instrument cluster map. Tested this today -I think you're right - but in my case, I use the center console display to check the upcoming traffic beyond the small (speed-dependent) area shown in the instrument cluster. And then decide whether or not to avoid it.
Ah - makes sense. I very rarely set a destination and actually "navigate". I mostly just glance at the traffic data and manually avoid red lines.Was a destination set on the map? Mine seems to show traffic on the instrument cluster only when I have a destination set and the traffic color is close enough... On the center display it always shows traffic condition.
Same behaviour in our car, if a destination is set than the instrument cluster display shows traffic, if there is no destination set than the the instrument cluster just shows the map.Was a destination set on the map? Mine seems to show traffic on the instrument cluster only when I have a destination set and the traffic color is close enough... On the center display it always shows traffic condition.
Yes I do on my C40. I toggle back and forth between the driver display and the google maps. I usually keep the AppleCarPlay music window or my SiriusXM window on. When my daughter is with me, she loves Sirius, so it’s nice to be able to toggle back and forth between both music stations! I am loving the new tech. Feels like I don’t need my cell phone anymore. The google AAOS built in integration while needing updates still has a rich set of features! 🤙✔I'm curious, do you all actually view maps on the center screen?? I use it only to set destination, switch to Spotify and then use the maps on driver console. So Music on main/center screen and maps on driver console. Why have 2 screens showing same maps?!