Why does it matter if it’s made one week to the next? Why are you hung up on ‘model year’ when Tesla just do incremental updates throughout the year. You could get a 2021 built car and then next week it’s out of date because they have changed the colour of a handle.
You can also get the relic and use an Ohme charger cable in it. If your with octopus you get the cable for £199 but can also take the cable out on travels and use the scheduling functionality even if it’s not connected to an octopus supply.
Does anyone else suffer from a rattling gear selector stalk? And if so have you fixed it?
mine rattled noticeable until very small pressure is applied in any direction. Fine when music is on but very annoying when not.
I have started getting a ‘replace key fob battery’ warning on the steering wheel screen for both keys. I have replaced the batteries for both keys but the message is still there. Do you ha e to reset the message somehow?
Not sure but also not sure why it’s called FSD if it’s not level 4. In the UK it can’t take roundabouts or anything other than going along a road. Can’t take left/right turns or even semi sharp corners over about 40mph without the ‘take over’ warnings. It’s really nothing more than a fancy lane...
I guess they already have the sites so planning is easier and they can turn the service centres into stealth cost centres to keep them going. I would rather new chargers went into service centres than they close them.
The 150’s are designed that way to replicate the hose of a traditional fuel pump. When parked next to you should be salute to reach all areas of the car depending on whether you parked forwards or Backwards etc.
new EV user adoption via familiarity was key in its design.
You may get them fairly quickly after release, you may wait weeks or months. Each update is pushed to cars individually whenever Tesla decide to. There is no way to force an update to come down to your car.
Just got my pre Raven back for the service centre and had two half shafts and one mount replaced and it drives like a new car.
Fixed under good will at 58k as I had logged the issue at around 20k. Thanks Tesla, really appreciated!
I have a Kona and a model S and can agree with the OP. The new Kona has an app though and the plastics aren’t that bad but the wheel spin is not great. Going to find a better tyre when they need replacing!