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AEB by end of week

Discussion in 'Model X' started by PedanticOne, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. PedanticOne

    PedanticOne MyTesla Refresh Champion

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    I hope that this "first" release of AEB to AP2 works better than some of the other early AP2-related releases.

    One concern that I have is getting rear-ended if a false positive jams on my brakes.

    Some advice to readers and their loved ones:
    "Don't tailgate...and in particular, don't tailgate a Tesla!"
     
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    I already have an issue using ACC at a certain curve nearby where lots of cars are parked, at different angles to the road, along the roads edge and mannn does it freak the car out. Everytime the Tesla will do a random assortment of: hit the breaks, speed up, slam on breaks, creep along, speed up then slow down. I assume the Tesla senses the parked cars as potential collisions. Guess, I'll be adding AEB to the assortment soon.
     
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    When I took delivery last Friday, the DS told me is within 2 weeks.
     
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    Will it stop all the way for AP2? I believe it just slows the car down for HW1?
     
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    I thought I'd get this update early by stopping by a TSC and connecting to their wifi, but both locations I stopped at had the Tesla Service wifi access point turned off. The guest network was visible and other smaller APs could be found. Perhaps it was a coincidence, but they didn't seem to want folks connecting to the shop network yesterday afternoon.
     
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    It's generally believed that you can't speed up updates by connecting to a service center WiFi or geofence anymore.
     
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    +1 and my owner's jacket from last year's referral promo arrived on the same day.
     
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    PedanticOne MyTesla Refresh Champion

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    I am hearing that the current AEB only works up to 28MPH?! Can that be true? Unfortunately, testing it is a bit difficult...
     
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    'Next several weeks'..... really can't believe none of that was in the release notes....
     
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    Another case of Tesla overpromising/misleading and underdelivering?

    I guess they could have released the entire EAP suite in December 2016, just stick a 1 mph speed limit on it.

    Also points to CR getting this right instead of falling for later revisionism:

    Yes, Tesla actually said that. Not expected, not planned, not AP1 parity or listed as speedlimited or some such nonsense, AEB was generally said to be available in December 2016.
     
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    AnxietyRanger Well-Known Member

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    I have no problem with Tesla taking their time and taking things in stages. Just be open and honest about it upfront.

    This has been an unfortunate turn for the worse in company culture ever since the P85D HP.
     
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    Figured I would have the software update by now but still waiting.
     
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    PedanticOne MyTesla Refresh Champion

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    Electrons take a while to get to Canada.
     
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  18. Mach Schnell!

    Mach Schnell! Gearhead, Engineer & P100D(L) Pilot

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    Still waiting for update. Currently on 17.14.23
     
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    My software update failed to completely load. I guess I'll wait for another push of the software and if it fails again, I already have an appointment next week to align both falcon wing doors and I'll ask them to update the software at the service center.
     
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    Interesting... me too. Usually these updates get pushed pretty evenly (within a few days).
     

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