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Tech Check: 00,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan lacks infotainment essentials

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The Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV may be a dream to drive, but that doesn’t necessarily extend to its infotainment system. Read the full review –

Welcome to a deep dive into the in – infotainment in the 2019 rolls-royce cullinan now if you’ve been in a bmw of late this system will look familiar to you as it’s essentially bmws idrive on a 10-inch screen complete with all of the menus and submenus that i love to hate if you go into manage mobile devices connect a new device you can connect your phone just for

Telephone usage for bluetooth audio or for screen mirroring but here’s the thing screen mirroring doesn’t work for apple carplay this car does not have apple carplay i was able to get my phone to connect pretty easily through bluetooth but if you want to connect your phone physically with a cable this car only takes the smaller usb c ports so you’re either gonna

Have to go out and buy yourself a new cord or an adapter navigation can be a little bit clumsy as well yes i can enter an address through my voice but that can be hit or miss if i’m going to actually enter it through the keyboard i have to do it box by box which i mean come on this is 2019 we should have one box entry on this now when i’m entering my street i

Can either use this dial here and click and turn or i can use a handwriting recognition oh she even gets my own really terrible handwriting now i can go here into map settings than map elements and then points of interest and that i can select if i want whatever points of interest to show up on the map like fuel stations parking recreation or look at that even

Rolls-royce dealers now there’s nothing really to speak of here in applications except if you’ve got any messages from rolls-royce as well as another place to manage any of your mobile devices the my vehicle section here is actually pretty robust i can click into vehicle settings and here’s where i can get all the parameters for my drivers aids i can also set my

Steering wheel vibration for the lane keeping assist too strong a medium or light but i have to tell you even on the strongest setting the vibration is still pretty light and then buried in here so far down is the seat comfort which is where i can turn on my favorite thing the seat massage now it comes to charging your devices there are usb ports like i mentioned

Before five of them but again they are only usb see there is a wireless charger here in the center console and there are three twelve volt outlets one here in the center console one for the rear seat passengers and one in the cargo bay now if you’re used to bmws idrive system you’re not really gonna have a problem here but if you’re new to i drive you might find

The learning curve to be a little bit steep and frankly the omission of apple carplay is a glaring glaring problem really this is a four hundred thousand dollar car i should be able to have apple carplay but i have got a full review and photos of the 2019 rolls-royce calling in over on the roadshow comm if you like more information on how this baby drives so i

Find i drive system to be a little complicated but i want to know what you think do you think bmw idrive is easy to use or is it just full of all those menus and submenus and buttons and clicking and it’s just way too much let me know in the comments and be sure to like and subscribe to us right here on youtube

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Tech Check: $400,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan lacks infotainment essentials By CNET Cars

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