Allow, lol. That’s the point, as what I’m suggesting wouldn’t need Tesla’s permission- you would be leaving them and their poor warranty. No longer at their discretion and “clarifications”.I'm guessing that Tesla will never allow that, considering the software is a critical safety system. Of course people will hack the system but that would be a good reason to reject any warranty claims if you end up with a 'bricked' car.
Allowing companies to write entertainment plugins would be possible though as that's running on a completely different processor.
So could a Tesla update, or at least work poorly. Like the self-park currently is liable to cause a collision. And Tesla may “clarify“ their warranty now anyways.That's not what I meant. I mean a rogue sw update might accidentally make the car stop working.
I'm the same, I like being a Beta tester, look forward to all OTA's my car is so fun to drive, I have a 2017 MS75 with all the upgrades. Give me moreFeature for feature, it hasn't paid off so far. But it's not just that. The thrill I get about owning a Tesla is how it's continually getting better (OTA updates for example). Getting betas for FSD is fun and something that I really enjoy about owning this car. I don't think we'll get full robo-taxi anytime soon, and I'm not even sure I'd keep the MY forever or long enough to see that, but I'm happy with the $5K I spent on FSD because of being part of something so early.
I would categorize myself as an early adopter type. I like trying all the new things, and that experience is what makes it worth it for me, rather than 1:1 comparisons on each feature.