Add an option to set consistent power level instead of consistent speed for cruise (won't waste energy going up a hill and not getting nearly all of it back going down, will instead slow down on the way up — should include ability to set minimum speed for uphill and maximum speed for downhill).
- charge into a lower speed zone at high speed before recognizing the new limit and slowing down (unsafe and liable to get you a ticket), or
- keep going slowly into a higher speed zone before recognizing the new limit and speeding up (frustrating for other drivers).
Where speed limit changes are done by geolocation, it should possible... more »
There are many places in my area, where it either has inaccurate map date, or it's simple not safe to drive at the indicated speeds.
When activating the cruise control at lower speeds, this means the car starts accelerating, until I can reduce speed on the scroll wheel - every single time.
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I would like to have the option to disable TACC and use "dumb" cruise control instead.
I have experienced horrible ghost breakings. Suddenly middle of an empty road the car slammed brakes for 1 second and continued forwards. There was absolutely no reason for this breaking. If a car would have followed me it would have caused a rear-end collision.
Tesla give us the option to go with "dumb" cruise control, please.
In Houston (and many other cities), traffic regularly flows at 5 - 10 miles above the posted speed limit. Currently this is not an issue when using AutoPilot on the highway because it allows up to 90 MPH. However on City streets AutoPilot can only be instructed to go 5 MPH over. This is OK for some locations but can be unsafe in others. We need more control over AutoPilot relative speed limits on City streets.
When speed limit changes and you want to reset the cruise to the new limit, the spot for tapping the speed limit icon is too small and difficult to quickly reach too. I find I have to repeatedly tap in the area until it recognises my efforts and frequently have my eyes off the road and focused on the screen instead.
It would be nice if I could click on the "posted speed limit" display on my Model 3, when the ACTUAL posted speed is not what the car thinks. You could pass this thru to whatever service you get speed limits from and they could use voting-metrics to verify it needs review.
When cruise control is first engaged, the car sets the speed to the current speed limit or to the current speed whichever is greater. I would like it to reset it to the current conditions if the stalk is tapped again (I dont mean double tap).
eg speed limit 80kph single tap sets the cruise to 80, speed limit changes to 100kph another single tap resets cruise to 100kph.
Cars don't have speed governors. Why does AP have limits? It should be up to the driver how fast the car should go.