When in park, all the rear cameras would look for cyclists (or cars) coming up from behind and show some kind of alert so you don't door a cyclist. When you're parked next to a bike lane, show a warning when in park to look out for cyclists.
It would be nice if there was a way to communicate with other drivers in a less one-dimensional way by having a "friendly" horn sound option. A really good example is this video:
- Could make another kind of "clicking" sound to passively let the driver know someone... more »
Also, when Autosteer is engaged and the driver uses the indicator it goes bing-bong as it disengages. This is an intentional action and so, again, the bing-bong notification is unnecessary. The setting should also disable this alert.
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The idea would be to add a volume slider to Joe Mode.
Currently in the Model 3, the Speed Limit icon on the screen changes to a slightly larger font when the vehicle exceeds the speed limit.
I would like to see that Speed Limit icon change from a white background into AMBER or ORANGE when the speed limit is exceeded. I would think that would not be difficult for Tesla to do.
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A mode that's even quieter than Joe Mode. So you don't wake up the baby from the alert chimes.
I would like Joe Mode++,... more »
No fingers, alert the driver
10 sec wait and no hands detected, pull safely to the side and stop.
Also add gestures on this sensitive area to take actions. Without taking hands off:
- takeover steering quietly ( 4 finger wrap)
- increasing/decreasing speed (left or right... more »
I own a 2019 Model 3 and installed the Tesla roof rack. I frequently put my bike on the rack. I would love the ability to have my car remind me that a bike is on top when I approach my garage so I don't accidentally drive into it. You would manually enable Bike-on-roof Mode. As you approached your home the dash would alert you to remember not to drive into the garage.
The concept is simple. The MVA App allows the user to receive a notification via a mobile app, if the vehicle alarm... more »
My kids tend to lean over the middle seat while driving. The weight on their leaning arm activates an audible and visible alarm. Every time they do this is a false alarm for me. While an alert is very useful, as a driver I want to be able to override or disable this when I'm sure they didn't undo their seatbelts.
Bottom line: in my Mercedes it didn't unnecessarily alert me. In the Tesla it does.
When notifications pop up, allow there to be a sound option instead of having to take our eyes off the road to confirm a notification.