Electronic dipsticks are the worst thing to happen to newer vehicles. On BMWs, if I want to check the level, I need to drive it a few miles and let it sit while it does its count could take 10 mins or so. On Porsche, if the oil is cold and its not driven, it can take 45 mins to do a count, it cuts it down to 10 mins if the car is at operating temp. Whe I worked at BMW (06-08) we had an issue with the new oil level sensors they started with in 2006. They were calculating incorrectly, so they kept asking for more oil. One customer put 14 quarts in bc it was still asking for more oil, promptly blew the motor, and got a new one under warranty. And they are so sensitive to over full also, we put 8 liters into a cayenne instead of 8 quarts, and it actually picked up on they extra 12 ounces, so of course after he drove it 45 mins he had to come back and we had to take a half quart out. On a porsche, this turned into a half hour procedure, made us look bad, and caused frustration for something that wouldve caused no issues whatsoever.