I haven't messed with the global open and close yet but I'll try and see what happens.ust bought an HSE Lux on Monday. I've been investigating all the options and ran across window global open and window global close. I turned both on (I'm in the US, by the way). Window global open works fine. If I hold the open button on the remote for 3 seconds, all windows open. However, global close doesn't seem to work. This seems to me to be the better feature in case someone forgets to close a window when existing the car. I think maybe it's turned off in the US. If so, then maybe it shouldn't be an option on the menu. Anyone know for sure? I've asked dealer, but haven't gotten a reply yet (and while I had a good experience at the dealer, they are still learning about the car as well, and I didn't get the InControl Protect App(?) like I thought even though the sales guide discussed it because he confused this with the InControl Apps (the one that lets you connect your phone through USB and run apps on the touch screen of the car)). If it is turned off in the US, anyone know how to hack it to turn it on? ;-)
Also, sometimes when I'm driving, I see a white rectangle in the center dash display above the speed limit sign that shows little red & black cars. Dealer thought that maybe this was exceeding the speed limit, but I don't think so because I do that way too often and don't see the icon. Anyboyd know what it is? I can't even upload an image of it because I can't get it to repeat on demand and I couldn't find an image of it online.
The little white rectangle with the red and black cars means you are in a no passing zone.
If you are over 5 miles an hour over the speed limit there will be a red flashing ring around the speed limit sign.
In control apps and remote and protect are sold separately. If you have remote and protect it will be listed in your optional features on your window sticker. You would then download in control apps and remote app separately.