If the new Trip Prediction graph takes into account the posted speed limit(s) along the route, why can't Tesla also display that info dynamically in the instrument cluster for all cars, like they do for the Autopilot/TACC cars? I think the "reading the speed limit signs" autopilot thing to be rather gimicky anyway, and my GARMIN GPS unit in my ICE has had speed limit data for most major and minor roads since it came out more than 5 years ago. While I'm driving along a trip in unfamiliar territory, and if my car *knows* what the speed limit is along that route, it would be nice if it could be displayed for me, so I don't have to wonder. I just drove down to Florida and back, and much of the route is 70mph, but there are many areas where it changes to 65, 60, and even 55mph along the route. I shouldn't need Autopilot or TACC in order to benefit from the database of road speed limits.