Since side cameras are available, when the signal light is turned on, a split screen of the blind spot in the same direction as the signal light should appear on the screen.
- Could make another kind of "clicking" sound to passively let the driver know someone... more »
Often we walk away from the car and forget to roll up the window or the trunk might not be closed all the way. If would be great if the could be alerts sent to your phone if:
- left keys in the car and its unlocked
- trunk or frunk not closed
- windows not closed
When Sentry triggers, the mobile app could alert the user and the user could choose to instantly see a stream of live video from the camera which triggered Sentry.
If I'm paying for premium WiFi, how about making the Waze app available in my Tesla? The red light and speed camera alerts alone are good reason.
If I have a situation where I need to "take control immediately" , please add a voice. My eyes need to be on the road, not trying to read the small print on the screen warning.
When pulling into my garage there are about 100 bells, warnings, lights, etc going off. Usually about sides and front, homelink, etc. My biggest fear is I would miss the BIG one (ie Falcon Door is still open).
It would be nice if we could tune down all tones unless < 2" crash and falcon doors open, trunk open, etc.
I use Coyote and Waze warnings on my smartphone to anticipate on traffic situations ahead. It would be better to have a way to integrate the messages of these devices/apps into the Tesla UI (via API?). Now I have to put my phone or Coyote device on the dash in a place where I can't see it (behind the wheel). Not practical, nor aesthetical.
Would it be possible to link the error reporting to the front camera/light sensor, so that the car knows of this scenario and are less sensitive to the issue when driving... more »
When backing into a tight spot, with blinding sun that creates blind spot and does not allow to see screen clearly, it would be good to be able to activate directional warning system (similar to fart mode) to virtually see how close we are from objects.