It is starting to get hot in Atlanta. I became concerned and pissed off when I got in the car and it took a long time to cool down the car and at times the air coming out of the vents was luke cold even with the lowest temperature setting. I contacted the dealer to see if he had any answers or suggestions . I thought maybe the freon level was low. They stated the air conditioning system worked quite well and they recommended to roll down the windows until the car cooled down (yea right). To make a long story short it turns out when the car is stopped and the engine is idling, the air conditioning compressor turns off. The fan continues to blow normally. So if you are at a prolonged red light or stopped for a long time and the engine turns off, it can get it hot quickly inside the car. You have to manually disengage the "start/stop" button to keep the engine and hence compressor running. Every other car that I own or owned would keep the engine going and not turn off the airconditioning compressor. Italian ingenuity.