(@kusi.guenther) kudos icon 2

Charging

The famous Tesla Home Charger Network

There are many thousand of home charging points of Tesla drivers around the world. All dedicated only to the owner. Why not making this potential easily available to all Tesla drivers if they need a charge when out at a foreign place without a super or destination charger around. With just the following software extensions, this is easily possible:

1) Allow Tesla owners to register their home charging station with the... more »

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(@robertwarren1) kudos icon +

Mobile App

Timer for remote warming

During cold weather I turn the heating on prior to getting in the vehicle, several times now I've either been delayed or have forgotten to turn off the heating. Could a timer be added, so that if you forget the heating, or cooling turn off automatically? Usually you only require 5 or ten minutes in the uk to warm or clear ice from the car so increments of 5, 10, 15 mins would suffice.

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3 votes
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(@andrewbaker5) kudos icon 1

Autopilot

Nav on Autopilot earlier indicators

When exiting a highway using Nav on Autopilot, the car activates the indicators only moments before taking an exit. This gives drivers behind little warning and does not inspire confidence that the system will take the exit. A human driver would start indicating a few hundred meters before the exit. Nav on Autopilot should do likewise.

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(@mightytesla) kudos icon 3

Convenience

Heads Up Display (HUD)

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.

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(@jetarch) kudos icon +

Convenience

Notify when phone is left on charger pad

Have a notification that lets you know you left your phone on the charger pad when you leave close the door and leave the vehicle. This becomes important when your phone is the key and you depend on it to automatically lock when you leave the vehicle. So many times I have to run back to car to get my phone.

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25 votes
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(@mdh) kudos icon 12

Touchscreen

Add 'waypoints' for making multiple stops on a single trip Selected

When traveling longer distances or when your battery is lower it would be nice to enter all of the destinations you need to stop so the navigation can tell you if/where you need to charge during this trip. The function of this would act just like google maps, you could enter all your destination points in the order you need to stop at them, with the added function of routing you to chargers if needed, just like the current... more »

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242 votes
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(@robhoehn) kudos icon 2

Mobile App

Detect Driver in Seat Before Switching to Bluetooth Implemented

When a Tesla is unlocked and you're in the middle of a call, it's pretty eager to switch the audio from the phone over to the car. This can be frustrating when you're in the middle of a call and you are not even inside the car yet. Or when you're near the car and someone else gets in the car a similar thing happens.

Suggestion: use the seat occupancy sensor to check if the driver is in their seat. Once the seat is occupied,... more »

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209 votes
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(@teslafan) kudos icon +

Touchscreen

Add Youtube Music support

Youtube Music is objectively the most comprehensive music service, because it has both authorized and user submitted music.

Youtube's playlist generation AI is smarter and more culturally aware than most others services as well, I think.

Plus its search functionality is way better than Spotify's.

Make it an option!

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11 votes
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(@gnfo) kudos icon 2

Convenience

Trailer backing aids

There is already a predictive path that shows on the reverse camera when backing up. An even more difficult task is trying to back up while connected to a trailer. The path of the trailer is opposite the path of the vehicle; unless you practice regularly it can be difficult and you can get yourself in a position that is hard to recover from in a tight space.

When the vehicle is in trailer mode, it would be extremely... more »

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8 votes
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