Mine works if I walk up to it - gives me a beep, then when I stand there is does the whole sequence of beeps and lights and opens. This is when I have the fob in my pocket.Perhaps your magnetic personality is throwing the sensors off? Either that or a sensor might be malfunctioning or improperly located - if it regularly activates when you are standing somewhere other than behind the car. While the operation on mine isn't ideal, it is predictable and works as described in the manual. I just stand still, behind the car, close to the trunk. So close that I lean back as it opens so as not to get hit.
Does anyone have an example of trunk activation that works well? I find the Genesis stand-behind method too slow when I actually want the trunk to open, yet I've had it open once or twice when I was getting something from behind the car while in the garage. My prior two vehicles had the kick-to-open feature, which may have been a slight bit better - as it would get activated accidently if someone walked behind the car when getting in or out, but at least it opened quickly when 'kicked.'
Is it necessary to keep your car locked in your garage?I turned my automatic opening off. Every time I walked by the back of my car in the garage with the key in my pocket it would open whether I wanted it to or not. It became came very annoying.
Now I just have to touch the switch when I want it to open but at least it’s under my control
My "Home" wishlist includes not beeping that your too close to stuff when exiting the garage. Not realistic, I know.Yeah, I wish you were able to set a “Home” location of sorts so it wouldn’t message you constantly, or at least be able to acknowledge & cancel the alert.
This is where the AC blower continues to run for a little while after the car is shutdown, in order to dry out the evaporator? Yes, ICE cars have had this feature before. Specifically, I think that Cadillac and Volvo have or had this feature on some models. A timer running the blower for ten minutes or less after shutdown will not run the battery down.The GV60 is the first vehicle that I’m aware of with an AC auto-dry feature. Is this something common among Genesis models or EVs?
I understand the purpose, but wonder why this is the first time I’ve seen it. Is it just that it would drain too much of the 12V battery to be used in an ICE vehicle?