Just bought a 2019 Leon FR Sport 190 2.0 TSI DSG. Fantastic car!! Got Speeding ticket written all over it, but it does seem to have an issue with reporting Drive Profile and DSG mode at startup. On start, the last used Drive Profile is remembered. Good idea! Unfortunately, when the gear selector is put into D/S from Park, the digital cockpit (dashboard) shows DSG in Normal mode (D1 displayed). This always happens, regardless of whether the Drive Profile display on the infotainment screen is showing Eco, Sport or Individual. So at the same time, Drive Profile is telling me I'm in Eco (say) but Digital Cockpit says I'm in Normal. One of the systems has to be lying! Easily resolved by re-selecting the already highlighted Profile on the Infotainment screen at which point the digital cockpit display instantly changes from D1 to E1 or S1 as appropriate. I could understand that SEAT may have designed the DSG to start in Normal mode by default - but why then did they not reset the Drive Profile to Normal by default to match it? Alternatively, the DSG system is not correctly reading the Drive Profile settings on boot. Either way, it doesn't seem right and I'm in touch with SEAT UK to see what they say. Can't tell if the issue extends to DCC settings in Comfort mode because I haven't found a way to display the DCC status - but my best guess is that DCC is affected in a similar way. Dealership has found the same issue on a showroom Cupra as well, so it doesn't look like a car specific problem with my vehicle. I wondered if anyone else has noticed this?