Yes. I think it's 130.White needle has a governer on top speed?
Air-ionizer was listed as a 2019 feature. The switch to white needles was in 2018.5, so someone would have to verify that a 2018.5 has the ionizer.The switch to white needles and the new UI also came with the inclusion of air ionizers. They charge air molecules, causing pollutants to clump and precipitate onto surfaces so they can't be inhaled. Red needle cars don't have this feature.
Red needle cars that have the wireless charging dock have a version that isn't actually compatible with the Qi standard, making it incompatible with many/most phones. White needle cars with the same package got a compliant one that works with most/all wireless-charge phones.
I would still caution those looking at cars to verify all of the odd crossover features before making assumptions. There were 3 different USB/Line In options for just red needle cars... that isn't called out anywhere.I can verify that I test drove a new 2018 with white needles and an ionizer and a wireless charger that worked on my phone. The red needle I ended up buying has no ionizer and the wireless charger does not charge my phone.
Sounds like they screwed the pooch on any logic behind what vehicles got what when.I have a 2018.5 GS with white needles and new infotainment. I have the older phone charger and I do not have the ionizer.
There are some lower trim models out there with red needles but the new UI on the 7" infotainment.
I believe the ionizer is built right in to the housing (#1 in the diagram).