I take it you mean like this (2018 model). The shark fin antenna is for DAB and the roughly 20mm long antenna is for FM (it unscrews too). Not sure which is used for its internet (We Connect etc) but prolly the long one.Can someone enlighten me as to why the 2020 e-Up! has a bigger aerial than the other Up! models and what is different about the e-Up! aerial over the standard aerial?
If there any 5G masts left after they have all been burnt down by David Icke's disciples.I still think you're right. 5G is future proofing the car. Imagine the stink (after cov19 has settled into the back ground) if your VW Group car won't pick up 5G, I can see it now. The new 3i will certainly be updated every night, trying to keep up with Elon 😁.Our cars just got it as part of a group wide roll out. JLR group rolled in out across all models for 20model Yr
Now I come to think of it I am fairly sure I have AM as well as FM and DAB (I don't use radio a lot when driving) so maybe the long antenna is more for that.Well, maybe, but UK DAB is at 225.648 MHz - i.e. only about double FM frequencies, so there is no need for any different aerial configuration. Come to that, my 2019 Citigo came with DAB (which works brilliantly) and yet it has a fairly standard-looking aerial which is about 7-8" long and the base is the simple "slanted cone shape" commonly seen on lots of VAG cars. I assume the shark-fin base must be for some other feature that I don't have!