A setting where you can set the tail light to always on. In my country we often have mist, fog, rain and other things that makes the visibility bad. Until the European Union changed the rules. Tail lights was by law always on for increased safety on all cars. People forget to turn the lights on when the weather is bad. So an option to set the tail lights always on (just like the front lights is always on).
As a lifelong manual driver I have always been careful to change down rather than brake to avoid annoying the drivers behind. I find it most embarrassing that, in my Tesla, I am constantly flashing my brake lights even... more »
It would be great if you could turn the fog lights on or off directly from the main screen, at the very top, on the far left.
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If the Tesla sees a car fast approaching, it should flash the rear break lights to try to get the attention of the driver.
Regenerative braking in my Model Y works very similarly to the way I used to brake in my other vehicles - with one huge exception: no brake lights going on. (My son almost drove into a car that was parked 2 feet from the curb in an English town. I was being the typical American dad-passenger and watching and it fooled me too.
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When I drive on the highway, the matrix signs above the road (which are used when the speed limit is reduced for example during traffic jams) are detected and displays as traffic lights (see attached photo). Please make sure this is corrected.
Option of illuminating the parking lamps on one side or the other for safer on street parking on busy roads at night.
When approaching the car at night in a dark location it is hard to find handle to open door, and would be nice to have surroundings lighted. Add a button on the App home screen (see image) to turn lights on until enter or for 2 minutes.
Also would be nice to have quicker button to open trunk, instead of going into Controls, one less step. There is room on home screen next to front trunk.
Cybertruck site lights that rise up out of the side lockers like big anglepoise lamps. With power takeoffs on the neck.
The dark red "Hazard" detected on screen may be prominent during the day but at night it is difficult to see with a simple glance after hearing the Chimes. Cycles and pedestrians just don't stand out enough. My idea is to make them brighter at night. Simple but could save a life?
Many competitors allow colored ambience lighting, tesla should at least be matching the competition.