Yep....If i was towing or just pulled off the highway to refuel or something then i would let it sit and idle for a few minutes, otherwise ill just shut it off.
Easy enough, considering the starting cycle is pretty much fully automatic for the keyless models and will run for 30 seconds before automatically disengaging. The same for shutdown could easily be done. I'm guessing there's some sort of possible liability issue with that (lets face it, people are stupid, lawyers like money).I was thinking about this - How hard could it have been to add a subroutine when you try to shut off the engine that starts when you put it in park - even if you turned off and removed the key- A screen would pop-up on the EVIC stating that the turbo was cooling down - and the engine just idled till it was cool enough then shut off
Well, which one was it, turbo GT or SVO p sorry, had to...86 SVO owner here till late last year).I can only think of a single car (Mustang GT SVO) that I ever let "cool down".(
I do follow partly. My final leg of my drives are easy going, and I'm conscious not to rev or go under load, then I let idle about a min after this. The goal I believe is to let turbo bearings cool. Not sure EGT sensor would indicate directly the bearing temp. Also, if drive hard under load, I have used the unconnect phone app to shut off after I have left.