Another 20 something weeks until my ride is supposed to turn up at the dealer, but I was out driving around in a new T6 DSG the other day and came across some difficult behaviour... Trying to parallel park into a tight spot, reversing up a steep hill. The clutch wasn't able to hold (much less creep) the van back without throttle input. This made it very difficult to park, and even worse to try to get out of the spot once I was in there! Removing the foot from the brake meant the vehicle rolled forward toward the car in front and applying the brake to arrest the roll obviously disengaged the clutch, even before the brakes very having any effect so it would immediately start to roll back down. I did manage to get it rolling back up the hill using the park brake and a big bootfull of gas pedal. Very awkward with a car close in front/behind and can't imagine the clutch was loving it more than I was... Has anyone else noticed this? I wonder if this kind of condition could be tuned out? I kind of thought that the clutch/gearbox/ECU would be able to add what ever required ( I was on a side street, not trying to scale a logging track..) to at the very least hold the van if not make it creep.. Thoughts? Experiences?