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AP04 -- but don't get confused because the option code for HW3 is APH4.
Almost all the recently built MX's who AP Hardware: ~3.0, but if you do click into the tesla.com links, they all have AP04 and RA02. Is that intentional? Thanks!!


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What does AP Hardware "~3.0" mean (i.e. what is up with the tilde)?

I also noticed that when I filtered for HW 4.0 when looking at Ses or Xes, and then switched to Model Ys, the selection box for AP hardware was gone, BUT it was clearly defaulted to the last selection from the Model S (i.e. HW 4.) and thus no cars showed up...I had to go back to the S or X, at which point the AP hardware version boxes appeared, and unselect HW 4 before I could go back to the Model Y and see cars.
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