Some more things I have learned this past while....You can turn headlight dial to very left to disable external lights (including DRL or headlight or rear light) when power is on. Useful for keeping lights off while keeping warm if staying in car while charging, by pressing power button twice without touching brake pedal, or if turning car on for driving but don't wish to give other road users the impression you are about to start driving. Still need to change dial back to 12 o'clock when leaving car else an external light on one side of car may show!
Using the above power button double press tip will cause car to switch off heating after about half an hour so need press power again, else if wish to keep cabin heat going for longer than half hour I understand the trick is to turn car on fully using brake pedal and power button, then put car into neutral and handbrake on, though this doesn't work when charging so I haven't used it.
If you have distronic (adaptive cruise control optioned in some EQCs) you can touch almost any button/lever/switch on steering wheel to tell the car you are alert instead of tugging steering wheel (which can unsettle lane centering). This includes regen levers behind steering wheel, or lightly making contact with capacitive touch buttons, or clicking menu back button, or menu button, or pulling end-phone-call switch etc. Not volume dial for unknown reason.
Also if you have distronic, I found it doesn't seem to use a speed I prefer approaching and at roundabouts even with the intersection automatic speed feature enabled so I disable/enable distronic with the steering wheel switch and use D-- regen setting so not have to use brake pedal except if must actually stop completely.
Possibly as the side windows are quite narrow, I have heard one person say they never felt where they knew where they were in the lane. For me I have a side mirror pointed slightly down so see less sky and more of the lane divider. Also I try to position just left of my knee to be subjectively in center of lane.
More subjectively- I get the very subjective impression that sport mode for ESP and steering helps stabilize the car which gives very slightly more stable lane centering, as does higher tire pressure. The car still gets close to the line dividers when starting or loses track or to the outside lane divider when cornering.
Previous Mercedes owners may know a tiny compartment inside the center console. When open the two doors there is an open entrance to a tiny compartment at the top front that may not be obvious at first glance.
I have found it seems important sometimes to "balance the chassis" and gradually steer before cornering else slippage may occur. I didn't notice this much in previous cars perhaps as they were lighter. I also found when letting off the accelerator that the car may still be accelerating during this movement! So it is important to take this into account. I didn't notice this in previous car either perhaps because much less power.
I found some other cars thought I was an emergency vehicle due to the unusual front lightbar so they would pull over for me but this is happening less now with the ID4 etc adopting this style but still can happen in less populated areas.
I haven't seen much of any of these tips in owner's manual so some of it may be daft but am welcome to be corrected!