ThudnBlundr wrote: ↑Thu Mar 16, 2023 4:17 am
Short answer - no
Long answer - you would need to rewrite the software to do this, so no
I've been long time involved in BMW's.
For those (and Mercedes I believe) there are software hacks and bypasses and in-depth settings throughout the internet. There are CAN devices for continual monitoring of engine parameters etc without having to use the OBD plug, but there are a few phone apps for Bluetooth OBD plugs as well.
ie: quite a developed BMW culture to modify, personalise, fix software and electronic modules and make the car your own.
It surprises me that a similar culture hasn't sprung up around the longest/best known PHEV vehicle as the Outlander. Especially as there seems to be so many complaints of the poor software and/or its execution.
2020 ZL Outlander PHEV Exceed.
2002 E39 BMW 530i M-sport Touring.
2017 ASX 2wd.
1996 Rav 4 s/w - the most reliable car ever!
Restoring 1974 DS23 Safari s/w.