Ste lastniki/vozniki i3 že kaj gledali v "skrivne" menuje?Accessing the hidden information in your i3 - BMW i3 Owner
The most useful source of hidden information is probably accessed by long pressing the trip reset button for more than 10 seconds. When the hidden menu system appears it has only four choices and you can iterate through them using the trip button.
If you go to the last one called ‘Unlocking’ and then long press the trip button to select it you will be asked for a code. Add the numbers in your VIN together (e.g. if you have XX12345 your code is 1+2+3+4+5=15) and click the trip button an equal number of times and then long press again. Voilà!
My favorites are:
13.08 Batt. Kapa. Max. (maximum battery capacity)
13.09 State of charge (SOC, battery %)
13.10 Batt. Ladung (battery charge in kWh)
14.05 Batterietemp (battery temperature)
The State of Charge (SOC) was made available on the instrument panel in the last software update (without any hidden menus), but frankly this is just a number telling me exactly the same information as the blue bars.
However, what I really miss on the normal instrument panel is the battery charge in kWh and this I can now see in the hidden menu. With this I can calculate energy used by different functions and also do some simple range calculations that (at least in some circumstances) will be better than the i3 range prediction (that will only use historic driving pattern to predict the future). The BMW GuessoMeter (GOM) is good but if you normally drive short and fast, and the next day start a long journey, it is not the best at predicting the range. The GuessoMeter will deserve a separate post in the future.