Showing 13 ideas for tag "temperature"

Charging

Allow manual battery preconditioning for high speed charging

Add an option to manually initiate battery preconditioning for high speed charging.

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 »

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Safety

Child in back seat reminder

Accidentally leaving a child in the back seat, especially on hot days, has become a national epidemic. Even the most well meaning parent occasionally becomes preoccupied, which can lead to tragedy. This modification would create a Child Safety mode which, when turned on via software, will create audio and visual (on touchscreen) reminders that a child is in the back seat. It would be triggered whenever the car is put... more »

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Touchscreen

Adjust Fan Speed While Watching Netflix or Hulu

When watching Netflix or Hulu or any other entertainment you cannot adjust the fan speed of a/c of the car. You have to exit of the screen and then go back and restart which may take a long time. I would like an easy way without stopping the theater program to adjust temperature.

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Modes

Increase temperature range in dog mode

Increase temperature in dog mode to about 15,5°C - 26,5°C (60°F-80°F).

Currently, the lowest possible temperature in my Model 3 when activating "dog mode" is 19° C. In winter my dog, a Golden Retriever, would much prefer to have it colder. When it is 0° C outside, 16° C would be much better. And there is no need to active A/C, which consumes much more power than with heating only and A/C off.

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Convenience

Indoor Temperature

Most cars enable you to show both the indoor and outdoor temperature. Tesla clearly has this information, but only displays it on the app and not on the dashboard. I think for those who want to know the internal temperature having this option is easy enough to provide. Others may simply be happy with just assuming that the AC temp is the temperature inside.

 

So why do people want to know the indoor temp and outdoor... more »

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Convenience

Temperature sensor Unverified Translation

Add temp gun / laser type sensor to read the driver / passengers chest / lap temp for climate control. Current auto system is useless on a sunny day. This would be for new models or cut into current model production. It wouldn't cost much and would be a game changer in the auto industry.

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Touchscreen

Model 3 climate control

The Model 3 touchscreen lets you increase or decrease the cabin temperature by 1 degree Fahrenheit. But it seems like the smallest increment of temperature that one can really detect is around 2 degrees Fahrenheit. With touchscreen controls, minimizing the number of times that you have to stab at the screen seems both safer and more convenient. So why not give the option of changing the temperature by 2 degrees at a time?... more »

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