On the navigation, it'd be great if route options would be shown. Suggested routes could be:
-Best food options
In my home state of Tasmania, Australia, there are no Tesla Superchargers, but there are other third-party fast charging stations, including some new 350kW chargers. Unfortunately, because the Tesla Nav doesn't know about these third-party chargers, it doesn't know to begin preconditioning the battery for them, the way it does for Superchargers.... more »
Third party chargers in Tesla map Selected
Can third party and public chargers be integrated into maps. Both DC and AC chargers. In a country like Australia this is not only a convenience but a necessity.
I'm Feeling Lucky Navigation Option Implemented
"I'm feeling lucky" destination option and take the driver on a fun surprise adventure.
In high traffic areas, lots of folks like to ditch densely packed freeways for slightly longer routes through city streets or country roads. Personally I rather drive 10 mins longer to be moving the whole time.
It is easy to miss or overlook the exit number. If it was green, it would be more recognizable.
1) Allow Tesla owners to register their home charging station with the... more »
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.
A Heads Up Display would be great especially for Model 3, Y and the Cybertruck where there is no other display in front of the driver.
As FSD advances, and the car does most of the driving, the center screen will get more use for entertainment by passengers.
The driver should get to see some basics like battery, speed, speed limit and navigation data or warnings in the HUD.
Just like Raymarine does on boats, be able to offset the screen so you can see more ahead of you during navigation instead of being centered on the screen. Better to see more of where you are going than where you've already been.
I would happily pay an additional $5,000 up-front on the purchase of a new Model Y or CyberTruck to get the same unlimited Supercharging for the vehicle; non-transferrable, original owner only. At roughly $9 per Supercharge session, that's pre-paying for almost 600 supercharging sessions, or about 3 per month for 20 years, and is in line... more »
For the love of god let us pick our own cell provider, ATT coverage is a joke, driving to bear valley last week I lost gps almost one hour away, or at least have the option to download the map of your journey before you leave