The outdoor temp display is managed by the climate control module (this is true for both the manual and automatic systems). The display module itself may need special programming to enable the temperature display as well, but I rather doubt it. As was discussed in other threads, it seems that no one has discovered a way to reprogram the climate control modules.
The 2011 model year should, AFAIK, have the outside temp display enabled (2010 should as well, but only some of the 2009 models had it). If it's not working, I'd have the dealer look at it since this would be covered under the bumper-to-bumper warranty. It's possible that the sensor is damaged, since the display will turn off if there is no input from the sensor.
The DRLs can indeed be enabled in the US. I had it enabled at the dealer, though they charged me $25 for the 5 minutes it took to hook up the computer and enable the software "switch." Odd observation by the way, the DRLs are disabled when the shift lever is in park. Most other vehicles with DRLs that I've seen have the DRLs on at all times when the engine is running, unless the parking brake is on.