I had the same story with the aircon. I also found the 3 auto speeds and it helped. However the noise I was hearing came and went with engine rpm and the aircon switched off. I noticed this from the start and it sounded like there was a blanking plug missing in behind the dash. It was like the engine sound was being piped into the cabin.RichardS said:Pickle77
Ha! ha! You have obviously watching me.
However, have negotiated my way around the rather good infotainment system I have found under 'Climate Settings' a sub-menu saying 'Auto Power' which has 3 fan speed settings for the climate control when in 'Auto'. I've backed it off to low and now ....... it's the sound of silence, well close enough!! Now is there one for tyre noise!?!
Emissions happened. Lightweight equals less noise insulationPaul said:Just a thought - whatever happened to noise cancellation technology? It seemed to be all the rage a few years ago as a premium feature so you'd think it would be pretty standard (especially on the premium audio system) by now.
Did everyone decide it didn't work after all?
They have just sold a flat for 45 million pounds on the development I am working on where money is no object.. Trust me technology does not equal good old fashionedPaul said:True but I thought that the clever electronic stuff would still reduce it significantly