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Dual AWD Power Meters

by BillArnett

Description

On the power level meter by the speedometer show the power from each motor separately on dual motor cars.  This could be done by dividing the arc into two with slightly different colors for the front and rear motors.

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Power Connectors in Trunk & Frunk

by Glenn

Description

Provide power connectors in the Trunk and Frunk.  These would be handy for cool boxes, Ham radio gear, lighting and audio enhancements.

Competitive/Pricing/Notes

I seriously have a need for power in front and back and will probably install them myself by taking an inline fused cable from the jump start bolts inside the front grill panel. Easy but could be untidy if not carefully installed.

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Concealed USB Locations

by jcadman22

Description

Add always-on USB charging ports to the glove box, rear hatch or frunk areas to securely charge devices while away from the car. These do not have a data connection.

Competitive/Pricing/Notes

I carry my music library around on a portable hard drive which lives in center console.  This leaves it’s bright blue LED power light visible all the time.  More importantly, it consumes 50% of the USB ports for a device that I don’t need convenient access to.  With the introduction of data plans, owners may consider leaving a hot spot in the car for wi-fi data access.  This would eat up the other USB port leaving none available for driver & passenger phone charging.

Editor: There are $10 devices that plug into the 12V power jack that can provide one or two high-power charging ports, but this power is turned off when leaving the car.

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