Since we didn't want to make any compromises, the new hardware needed a few "trials" to work as we imagined.
We are working flat out on the final details and will start advance sales in December.
Then there is also all further information.
We are currently working on a new, improved generation of our data displays.
There will be a preview soon.
If displays can no longer be ordered in the shop, they will be available again as a "NextGen" version in the future.
We cannot give an appointment at the moment.
But we will continue to have the best system at the market.
Please no more questions when the new display will be ready. We will inform you about this in good time.
Please no inquiries regarding dealer conditions.
We are currently not taking on new dealers until the situation with material procurement has changed.
IMPORTANT:Release OBD2-PortBecause we have a lot of complains, that people are not able to connect to the car with the OBD2-Port, here is the way how to release the OBD2-Port:
In order to carry out a diagnosis on the vehicle or to be able to connect a tester to the OBD2-Port, the DataDisplay must be disabled/locked.(If the OBD2-Blocker is activated in the settings, deactivate it first)To lock the DataDisplay, press the lock symbol in the main menu.If not already done, enter a 4-digit PIN (0000 is not allowed). Repeat the PIN to make sure that you have not mistyped.Then the DataDisplay is locked and the OBD2-Port can be used by external devices. ATTENTION F-Series: In the F-Series, turn the ignition off and lock the car once. Open the car again and the OBD2-Port is released for other devices. When the use of the OBD2-Port is finished, the DataDisplay can be unlocked again with the self-selected 4-digit PIN.