So I was unfortunate to have some bumper damage that required a visit to the body shop in early April (9th to be exact). Since that time, Tesla rolled out all the new goodie software for the nav and maps. I have no idea if the body shop did any updates (the car was sitting awhile waiting for parts and remote access had been disabled). There was an update that occured when I got the car back but it was an extremely minor one and was just bug fixes. That said, I am on version 2018.18 2 - I know the maps are independent but I should have gotten the navigation right? When I checked the app settings the "use traffic to navigate" was turned off and I got the warning screen asking to use data to help navigate, etc. etc. But when I do use the navigation the display for the driver is the old one and not the new look. And i don't see the navigation beta on the big screen at the bottom. It just says navigation by tesla. I thought 2018.12 was he new navigation update (so I should have it since I am on .18?)? If the body shop did do the update, I didn't get to see the "whats new" screen. Maps have the "google maps 2018" at the bottom but I don't know if those are the new maps are not. Older Model S's are getting the new nav right? So Have update that is newer than the navigation update Navigation appears to be the older navigation layout App settings seem to be the new navigation (with the question warning and using traffic to route) Navigation is poor - like the older nav. Says navigation by tesla (and not the new phrase) Maps say Google 2018, but I don't think the new roadways are there. So, how can I find this out? It appears I may have some mish-mash of updates without the full nav or maps. I am so confused.