Plus (Mib2 High) was / is an option on the Ateca and Ateca Cupra specific where its the only option. Mapcare is not currently supported in the UK although retrofit software follows the same controls. Whether non UK based or retrofit, reviewing the Mapcare FEC tells you whether you have the ability to updates the maps and when it runs out. How to do it: 1. Hold Menu button until service mode shows. 2. Press "Function enabling codes (FEC, SWaP)" 3. Press "Installed codes" Look for the FEC starting with 073 and note down the two last characters as per image example. Use the table: Code Allowed - Map Update month 10 11 2015 June 12 13 2015 Nov 14 15 2016 June 16 17 2016 Nov 18 19 2017 June 1a 1b 2017 Nov 1c 1d 2018 June 1e 1f 2018 Nov 20 21 2019 June 22 23 2019 Nov 24 25 2020 June 26 27 2020 Nov 28 29 2021 June 2a 2b 2021 Nov 2c 2d 2022 June 2e 2f 2022 Nov 30 31 2023 June 32 33 2023 Nov 34 35 2024 June 36 37 2024 Nov 38 39 2025 June 3a 3b 2025 Nov 3c 3d 2026 June 3e 3f 2026 Nov For example if the Mapcare code ends in 22 you can load up to and including the June 2019 release but can't go beyond. 16 covers June 2016 but not beyond. 10 doesn't include 2015 June. 3f means you can update to November 2026 etc. Those people with Mapcare or retrofits can check up to when they can update their maps against the serial release. Derivation is here, post 1914: https://forums.seatcupra.net/index.php?threads/navigation-system-updates.388586/page-96#post-4894481 ---- Interested to see the Mapcare FEC of Skoda and VWs which are said to have unlimited updates. Last two characters. May be it's done a different way when Mapcare is scrapped with a different code which means don't bother to check for Mapcare. Welcome people posting these up on recent Discover Pro and Columbus units where you have access to these vehicles to aid understanding. BTW these Mapcare limiting function update codes apply to all Seat Plus units, have different lead in codes for other VAG brands but similar / same last two character sequences.