Most of the status and warning text is too small to read for people who need to wear glasses for driving. An option for larger text onscreen, particularly the driving information in the top panel (aside from speed) and any of the warning and notifications that appear.
We drive the smartest cars on the planet. Let's help out our fellow owners who forget to turn off their turn signal and never change lanes. This could be added to the senior citizen option ideas. Increasing size of flashing arrow with increasing volume over time.
The current regen mode does not allow for prolonged gliding or sharper regen when entering sharp bends, similar to changing down gears.
If we could have three or even four levels... more »
Have a button on the screen when temperatures fall below e.g. 4 degrees C to set winter mode: reduce regen brake, chill mode on, and whatever other settings improve safe driving on ice and snow.
-set wipers up higher (like service mode) so the wipers can be kept warm and don't freeze
Enable multiple profiles Implemented
Have different profiles on your account so that when you unlock the car, it identifies the profile and updates the seat preferences and other adjustments based on who is driving.
An optional button to enable dynamic "de-fishing" to present a display similar to a normal rear view mirror in terms of field of view. It's pretty simple to do and it would solve the issue of the image cutting off too much of the bottom of the view.
Without reading glasses on, I cannot read some of the popup warnings at a glance (as I hope they were intended to be). The phone, radio station and other music info is also minimally ledgible for me. I cannot wear the reading glasses while driving as... more »
Like the Acceleration Boost or FSD, gives the possibility to buy with your phone (like a DLC) a "V12 engine sound" for $x or a "Merlin engine sound" for $y, or whatever.
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 it's raining heavy the fastest speed on the wiper settings is not fast enough. If one more speed was added this would definitely make it safer while driving in the rain.