Zeus answered that for you because mine came set like that from dealer so I just left the settings alone.
Yes, in fact I thought oil temperature is one of the "default" displays.If you go to settings (steering wheel button) when in the menu that shows various temps/pressures (Vehicle), you can get to the setting that changes what's displayed and where.
Turbo PSI, Oil Pressure, Coolant temp etc.
You can also adjust that bottom part as well, I have time and date there.
That's also about the time that other things such as in my case wireless phone charger stops outputting power.The Spinning Clock
A) Not universally known here: the analog clock positions its hands straight up, after a period of inactivity, and then spins to the correct time, upon new activity.
This has been discussed in at least these threads:
- The 2015 thread https://www.macanforum.com/threads/dash-clock-erratic.69801/ (@Convert, @santastico, @MrMarc, @reguy, et al.)
- The 2017 thread https://www.macanforum.com/threads/dashboard-clock-spinning-when-door-opens.140938/ (@Finner, et al.)
- The 2018 thread https://www.macanforum.com/threads/spinning-clock-on-the-dash.155930/ (@jddonahoe, @rosen39, @Dkayak, @Arnold_T, et al.)
B) Not stated anywhere that I could find, this "period of inactivity" has a definite time interval, and I recently determined this specific interval, as noted in my post from Sep. 20, 2019: https://www.macanforum.com/threads/revealed-interval-until-clock-strikes-noon.173308/
Yep, it's been noted before, with some threads discussing the best use of the small areas. Here are a couple:I'm not sure if this was mentioned, but I was collecting "lost" coins at the base of the front seats and noticed each front seat had a storage compartment! Never noticed this before.