Hi, I have just received my A3 1.5 TFSI this week (my first petrol engine A3 for 12 years!), and I have a few questions please. 1) CoD indicator According to the user manual, I should be able to see when the engine is only running on 2 cylinders, but I can't see it anywhere! I have been through all the computer menus while cruising on the motorway. See picture of the user manual. How do I know that CoD is active and working as expected? 2) Adaptive Cruise Control / Camera / Stop and start Unless I am mistaken, the car seems to restart the engine at traffic lights when the lights move to green!! Is that correct? 3) Is there a way to easily switch between my music on the SD card (built-in media player) and Android Auto (e.g. Google map navigation)? It seems to be a pain to switch between the built in entertainment functionality and Android car... 4) Speed sign recognition Does not seem to be able to have an audio alert when exceeding the speed limit. In term of the car itself, I like: the very smooth and quiet engine (particularly coming from a diesel) Adaptive cruise control and lane assist (car basically drives itself most of the time) Android integration: gone the days when the car functionality will never be updated by the manufacturer I don't like: Engine is a bit brutal in 1st gear Lack of space to rest right foot (when using cruise control) Lack of place to store a mobile phone (storage under arm rest is not really suited) Lack of configuration of internal light pack (e.g. footwell vs. air controls) Speed sign recognition without audio alerts, and lack of integration with other functions, such as ACC (for instance, setting to slow down car automatically if new speed limit is detected) No charging USB ports accessible to back seats (would have been preferable to 12v socket) Price charged by Audi UK for the virtual cockpit option (bundled with something else I didn't need), so didn't take it Android Auto does not seem to be really designed for non-touch screens Android Auto has to be started manually each time Android Auto has some limitations (e.g. no calls with WhatsApp, limited settings for Google Map etc). Thanks, S.