In addition to tilting the rear mirrors down when backing up, it would be helpful to show the side cameras when backing up on the display. Especially since the S/X is so wide, its helpful to see the curb when parking.
Like one can customize nearly every aspect/component of a screen display (based on a series of pre-determined styles) using an Apple Watch display. We should be able to do that with the right side of the model 3 type displays. For example sometimes I might just want the entire right side to go into dark mode, show a big digital clock. Or maybe flash stock prices, or sports scores,.. etc.
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 lice ICE vehicles have an instant fuel consumption readout so should my Model 3.
The idea is simple: display the date on the display right next to the clock.
When using the Hold feature at stoplights, it can be hard to see the white, small H indicator that shows Hold is engaged. On some occasions it isn't engaged. By changing the color of the 0 mph speed indicator and possibly add a small H inside it, the driver will have a much clearer and safer confirmation that Hold is actually engaged.
Currently if any of the rear seat heaters are on, it requires navigating through 2 screens to see if they are on. HVAC>Seat Heaters. It would be convenient to see if any of them are on or off from the main HVAC screen.
Enable the touchscreen to reproduce dash displays from other car models. Particularly late 80's early 90's dash's.
The speedometer ends up behind the top of the steering wheel for many users. The driver's screen looks great as is, but it would help to display current speed in a smaller image to the right of the road (on the opposite side from where the speed limit shows up).
The LOWER the number the more efficient.
Moreover, when we want to quickly calculate how many miles we are adding or what we think our... more »