Not a single one your complaints is found on my MME. The only issue is the phone as a key software is glitchy but I can understand that as there are so many different phones out there. I will never drive an ice in town again.Well, the buyers remorse is strong at my end. After 7 months of excitement, I'm let down after a day of owning.
And several of my issues are my fault for ignoring reality and not carefully reviewing other writeups and opinions.
Quality is bad. Nothing works. Paint is crap. Interior doors show "body contact" marks very easily. Very little storage and the door storage is awkwardly designed and sloped. Panel gaps are inconsistent. Cheap feel overall. Lots of flimsy plastic on the outside. More than I expected.
That big screen and user interface is a distraction when driving. Audio skips and cuts out. Maps are garbage. Touchscreen is sluggish and poor design.
Charging network near me has more broken / inoperable stations. Range is bad, so I have terrible range anxiety. I failed to research that super-hot Florida weather is not good for any EVs. My fault on that one.
Everything is connected now. Need an app for this, need an app for that. The car is just not ready for mass consumption until they get range solved, get infrastructure built, and solve for slow charges. I also failed to research that even on super fast chargers, when you hit 80% it slows to a snails pace.
I fell for the hype. It's my fault, too. $60k (USD) for a car to make small trips around the neighborhood and city. Dumb on my part. Really dumb.
I'll be selling my MME and getting a small, economical "dumb car." I really hate this car.
In short, you can't just get in and drive this car. You have to plan your day and trips very carefully in order to not run out of charge or be late to everything. And the burden is not reasonable by ordinary standards.