What do you think would be a safe practice for high-speed driving, always lower the back seat, or something else?
Yeah, it was a bit messy. I should have organized it a bit better. Thanks for the tip. I'll probably make a better 2 year/200k km review.You might want to organize this video a little bit, by maybe at the beginning listing the topics you are reviewing (exterior, music system, driving in winter over mountains, range, degradation, Superchargers, reliability etc..) and maybe even put a time index. Just a thought..
I have no idea how many sessions. Tesla sit on logs and can tell.31K out of 60k miles using Superchargers? How many supercharging sessions have you done? let me guess, around 200 miles per supercharging session, or so around 155 supercharging sessions. Or 1 per 2.3 days.
Wifey and I both want to go to Spain. But only if the SC network is ready.+1 for Spain next summer. I hope supercharger network is ready for your trip.
Was it too long or too short?57 minutes to do a 1 year review
I didn't talk too much about wishlist of improvements because I'll make a separate video of that one. The list is long, both for software and hardware changesI thought it was a very thorough review and I hope, seriously, that decision-makers at Tesla Motors not only watch it but act on some if not all of the suggestions Bjorn makes.
Some of the Tesla workers could need some tip and tricks from me, yeah. But I don't know if Tesla would let them "waste" their time on some crazy Chinesewhat a great review bjorn, you should work part-time at the showroom/service centre; obviously you are passionate and knowledgeable of the product and then some !!
The parcel shelf was folded halfway up. Usually it will be folded flat and therefore not obstruct the view. Either way, I think the rear headrest are too large. I wouldn't like it on my car. It should be retractable like in most other cars I've had.Very nice video! How do you feel about the rear window visibility with the new headrests and panel shelf installed? It seemed when you guys were still parked that viewers could see about half of the window blocked by the panel, and about half of the remainder by the headrests. I don't think 25% visibility is good.
What do you mean?What do you think would be a safe practice for high-speed driving, always lower the back seat, or something else?
I think it was a joke But thanks for the info.Hey Bjorn, on your driver assist video the other owner talked about the release tab in the frunk. Us in the US do not get into the frunk on a regular basis. This release is mandated in cars here because of kidnapping. So if a child is kidnapped and placed in a vehicle, they can get out.
Hey Bjorn, on your driver assist video the other owner talked about the release tab in the frunk. Us in the US do not get into the frunk on a regular basis. This release is mandated in cars here because of kidnapping. So if a child is kidnapped and placed in a vehicle, they can get out.
The rear camera is often dirty and not usable. Especially in winter in Norway where they salt the roads and the car is constantly dirty. I guess side mirrors would help a little. The only solution is for Tesla to make retractable headrests like on the BMW.Bjorn, what I meant was when driving at high-speed in a D, is rear view mirror visibility seriously obstructed by rear seat headrests and the parcel shelf, and if so, how do you suggest to compensate? You said the shelf is no issue, so do you agree with the idea of using the rear camera and side mirrors?
I happen to have a car with poor rear visibility (later models doubled the window size in the ragtop).