Interested to know if the ping pong while on autopilot has been fixed.
One thing which seem to be new: If rear passenger is unbuckled the red exclamation mark is now a white triangle with exclamation mark. Clicking on it tells me rear passenger unbuckled. I wonder when they will start showing pre flight/drive announcement training videos. I’d like to have an adult mode. Why do I have to be nagged while standing or during the whole drive about a passenger not being buckled? A 30sec notification while starting to drive is sufficient. Once Tesla start to talk they could have a short “Thanks for buckling up” voice to passengers who buckle up late - aka gamification. Also Tesla should stop annoying in case rear passenger uses wrong buckle. Easy to fix: If unoccupied middle seat buckled and occupied right seat unbuckled suppress right seat unbuckled notice.
I as a driver don’t want to be nagged/annoyed by irrelevant notifications or notifications of things I can’t change (rear adult passengers unwilling to buckle) so I can enjoy and focus on driving
After seeing hundreds of posts bout this, I'm 100% convinced the ping pong effect is user-induced, or at best, car-specific and not software related. Every release, people claim that all of a sudden, their car is overcome with the poltergeist of ping ponging. I've never seen it on any software version, but what I also know is that I've never been bothered by AP nags, because I know what the car is expecting. I apply slight torque to the wheel by resting one hand on one side of it, and it's flawless - the car pulls against the weight of my hand, maintains a center position in the lane, and as of recent releases, only occasionally goes wide when a lane divider disappears at merges. Meanwhile, people constantly complain about having to wiggle the wheel all the time and their car bouncing back and forth, and I suspect a connection.