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driving dyamics

  1. D

    Poll: Stalks; or haptic wheel buttons and on screen ‘shifting’

    Regarding the new Model S controls, do you… • Prefer stationary, physical primary controls in industry standard positions or… • haptic buttons on yoke (or wheel); ‘shifting’ on touch screen; horn ‘button’ on yoke spoke?
  2. N

    Model Y comparable to Model 3 (Driving experience)

    Today I drove both model Y and model 3 to check the driving experience. Model 3 feels towards the ground and steering is amazing and turns are very clean and I could really feel the car in ground. On the other hand, model Y doesn't seem to be that much towards the ground, but comfort was the...
  3. Missile Toad

    Pushing it S 70D

    So, I'm noticing that Wh/mi is improved on side streets versus highway driving at 75-80 MPH. Having done that, I ran five trials on EVTripPlanner.com to see what the Wh/mi in a hypothetical drive, via mostly side streets, to cover a final 5 miles to some superchargers. My info averages to 215...
  4. patrick42h

    Model X trailer mode

    I just wanted to float an idea that I had for the Model X. It seems likely that Tesla will officially support towing with the Model X, but not with the Model S. Given that, what do you think about a "trailer mode" to be used when pulling a trailer? I started thinking about this when I learned...

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