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2019.40

NorfolkMustard

Active Member
Apr 18, 2019
2,148
2,092
M3P w/FSD
Sorry, I know some haven’t got 2019.36 yet, but this is next

170kW charging for SR+
Better auto wipers
More assertive auto lane change

Tesla Tested on Twitter


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VanillaAir_UK

Supporting Member
Jun 17, 2019
7,172
4,687
Surrey, UK
wiper improvements :) hopefully no longer a need for a co pilot when driving in the rain - and auto learning - would have preferred a user selected sensitivity but hopefully AI will get it right over time.
 

J1mbo

Active Member
Aug 20, 2013
1,574
1,363
UK
Ah ha! Deep Rain has arrived! :)

Plus, auto lane change improvements ... excellent. Much needed.
 

Roy W.

Battery running low...
Jun 3, 2019
2,287
2,273
Derby, UK
Sorry, I know some haven’t got 2019.36 yet, but this is next

170kW charging for SR+
Better auto wipers
More assertive auto lane change

Tesla Tested on Twitter


5C26DC13-81E5-4BB2-938D-0B1F614BCEFA.jpeg
It was quite interesting driving home in light rain from some friends in the West Midlands last night. When it was raining, the wipers hardly ever wiped before the screen was virtually opaque with rain. So, as normal, I was clearing the rain with a single press before the auto kicked in.

Then a bit later on in the journey the rain had stopped, and the windscreen was dry, but the wiper went across about every 10 seconds when there was nothing to wipe! What a crazy system!

One other thing I noticed on the wiper controls, there is no “off” setting. They often have signs at tool booths (or the Chunnel) asking you to turn your wipers off so they don’t flick the wiped water towards the toll booth operator. So an “off” setting would be useful.
 

KennethS

Supporting Member
May 3, 2019
470
316
UK
It was quite interesting driving home in light rain from some friends in the West Midlands last night. When it was raining, the wipers hardly ever wiped before the screen was virtually opaque with rain. So, as normal, I was clearing the rain with a single press before the auto kicked in.

Then a bit later on in the journey the rain had stopped, and the windscreen was dry, but the wiper went across about every 10 seconds when there was nothing to wipe! What a crazy system!

One other thing I noticed on the wiper controls, there is no “off” setting. They often have signs at tool booths (or the Chunnel) asking you to turn your wipers off so they don’t flick the wiped water towards the toll booth operator. So an “off” setting would be useful.
Touch and hold the wiper icon on the screen to turn off.
 

HelloJohnny

Member
May 19, 2018
792
888
Riverside, California
I'm still stuck on 2019.32.12.6. Wonder how long they'll test 2019.40 before full rollout.

I know 2019.36.1 had an initial full rollout to the fleet but looks like they stop the push after a few thousand vehicles received it over the weekend. Excited for these new improvements just in time for rainy weather in Socal scheduled for a few days next week.
 

rotor2k

Member
Sep 16, 2019
477
251
London
I'm still stuck on 2019.32.12.6. Wonder how long they'll test 2019.40 before full rollout.

I know 2019.36.1 had an initial full rollout to the fleet but looks like they stop the push after a few thousand vehicles received it over the weekend. Excited for these new improvements just in time for rainy weather in Socal scheduled for a few days next week.
Have you held down the Advanced button for 10+ seconds?
 
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HelloJohnny

Member
May 19, 2018
792
888
Riverside, California
Have you held down the Advanced button for 10+ seconds?

Yeah I read the hack to force check for update but the update is not available for my config and location (Located in Socal with RWD LR with Enhanced Autopilot, no FSD)

Since they slowed down the push for 2019.36.1, I'm guessing there was a bug that needs to be resolved in version 2019.40. Hope to get it soon, I really want the one pedal driving!
 

Adopado

Active Member
Aug 19, 2019
3,281
2,436
Scotland
Are there any UK superchargers capable of delivering that to a SR+? I’m a bit confused if they max out at 120kw here?

SR+ maxes out at 100kW ... will go to 170kW after update. The superchargers mostly max out at 150kW nowadays (upgraded from 120) but the newest V3 ones will go to 250kW.
 

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