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Any clarity on what is included with EAP

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by a.void, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. a.void

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    Model S includes features like rain sensing wipers and adaptive headlights with EAP.

    These are both desirable options, however I haven't seen them listed on the Model 3 under any specs with or without EAP.

    Anyone with input?
     
  2. Zaphod

    Zaphod Galaxy President (former)

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    One would assume the feature set of EAP would be the same for the 3 since it is essentially the same hardware.
     
  3. eSpiritIV

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    Headlights, Rain sensing wipers? Doubt it would have that as its unrelated to "autopilot". If anything i would think the rain sensing wipers would be a part of the standard or Preimum package upgrade
     
  4. gregincal

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    I'm pretty sure rain sensing wipers are standard. They certainly aren't tied to EAP on the S.
     
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    You could just check out the autopilot page .... Autopilot
    And, no, neither of the things you mention is included in autopilot .... did you mean premium upgrades?
     
  6. Justmurr

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    I know auto-park is pat of EAP ...

    I understand that to be for parallel parking and/or in parking lots spaces but I'd like to know if auto-park would back my 3 into my garage? I assume yes.
    I also assume the "summon" command is part of it.
     
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    Seconded.
     
  8. a.void

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    Link for Tesla Autopilot shows adaptive headlights at the bottom. I read another Autopilot mention for Model S including rain sensing wipers, hence the question

    Autopilot
     
  9. chronopc

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    I did a test drive of the Model S recently and they told me that currently you get nothing with FSD. They anticipate that it will be available sometime in the future.
     
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    I'm looking to add the EAP option. However; I'm wondering when all the features of EAP will be available for the M3? Will it be like FSD (available at a later date) or available immediately?
     
  13. chronopc

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    EAP should have the same functions as what the S and X has immediately.
     
  14. phil0909

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    Where'd you get that idea, greg? In fact, the rain sensing wipers are directly tied to EAP 2.0, and Tesla's been having all kinds of trouble and delays getting them to work at all. Last I heard, they still don't have them working. I believe the older Model S' do have dedicated rain sensors, but not the current ones. I think Tesla has now learned its lesson, and put the sensors back for Model 3.

    Rain Sensing Wipers
     
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    Speaking of EAP does anyone know if there's a way to test the calibration for the cameras and sensors to make sure it was properly set up by Telsa?
     
  16. seattlite2004

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    My buddies dad's 1985 caddy had that feature....it was pretty lame. Now... If the US DOT allowed matrix LEDs oh yeah...that would be really cool.

    I'm disappointed that Tesla doesn't offer laser or even matrix LED cornering lights like what Audi, Porsche and BMW offer.
     
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    They do
     
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    Adaptive yes...matrix nak.
     
  19. gregincal

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    You're confusing the hardware with the option. Rain sensing wipers use the AP2 hardware, that doesn't mean you need to purchase the EAP option to use them (assuming they work at all).
     

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