In addition to tilting the rear mirrors down when backing up, it would be helpful to show the side cameras when backing up on the display. Especially since the S/X is so wide, its helpful to see the curb when parking.
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.
A few competing vehicles show a bird's eye view of the car when backing up. Its a great way to improve safety and increase awareness when in reverse.
Note: this is different thank showing the side and rear cameras.
When the vehicle is in trailer mode, it would be extremely... more »
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.
Tesla cars close to your car appear more distinctly on the screen (different colour, different shape, slight brightness...). A simple machine-learning from the AI would make it possible to do this thanks to the cameras.
Supporting WAZE has already been submitted but another option may be to allow users to load manually, or from a file, speed and red light cameras in the same way Garmin support these with Garmin Cyclops. Having this situational awareness is an important safety feature, and something I really miss now that I no longer have a $150 Garmin GPS.
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 »
The idea is to put multiple fisheye cameras around the perimeter of the windshield and have the synced and calibrated to the center focal point. They would be encased to prevent from damage, kind of like a rope light. This could be used to take scenic views on your drive or record during an event of interest of distress. All controlled from the steering wheel for the driver and from the dash for the passenger.