A recent message exchange between CACOR members.
On Sun., Sep. 12, 2021, 04:52 art.cacor, <email@example.com> wrote:
It is coming.
On Sun, Sep 12, 2021 at 11:14 AM xxx wrote:
I’m from Missouri.
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Ah yes, this is because you don’t drive a Tesla Model 3 EV like I do. I know all the features that are already available and they are themselves “mind blowing”. All this article is doing is talking about adding features incrementally to an already mind blowing platform and making predictive estimates concerning when to expect them in your Tesla EV.
When you are ready, I will let you drive my Tesla and let you experience single petal driving, automatic following the car ahead at a safe distance, automatic centering on a lane, trip planning and pathway plan unlike any you have experienced, automatic braking as part of collision avoidance, warning messages (audio, visual, text on screen), vast power of voice commands, an entertainment platform that I have only started to learn, traffic congestion avoidance, and more. Just the way I can use the 6 external cameras is amazing. Automatic windshield wipers, automatic garage door opener, automatic headlights (high and low beam), easy entry adjusting of the seat height and steering wheel position, and a great deal more. The experience at a supercharging station is a real joy. I have my choice of audio books to keep me company, a near infinite amount of internet music streaming, movies, games and much entertainment when parked. This is not fiction or something in the distant future. It is what I do each time I drive my Model 3. And I should add that my “fuel” cost is ZERO as I do most of my charging at home for free using my solar PV panels. Also, I consider my system, including two integrated EVs, as an investment that I recently demonstrated is paying 13.7% at very low risk and is tax free.
I experience these features that sound like a myth to you. Tesla is constantly expanding this capacity for free and I get “over-the-air” software updates at least monthly with new features. The last update provided a software bridge between my home Tesla batteries and those in the Tesla Model 3 EV. I am delighted and I implemented the new features immediately. This battery to battery bridge will grow in functionality over time.
Being from Missouri on this one is not warranted. This is why I sent the message in the first place. I don’t deal in myths. This is the real deal.
I should add that ever expanding functionality is a major reason I purchased a Tesla EV. It is not only fun to drive, it is changing with technology that is backed by some very creative people with safety being the overriding top level priority. I really do look forward to the next update, like a 10 year old at Christmas. It is very exciting. Those who don’t like change should go back to the horse and buggy. I shall not join you.
I know, I sound like a salesman.
Art — from Thunder Bay, not Missouri