you're expecting a lot from a company that cant make a DRL headlight not burn out from 2016-current when the 2013-2015 model never had that issue.You would think an incremental change over time without a refresh or new model could be made to make the headlights "fair" or better. Years of poor headlights is not very good publicity for a company interested in safety.
Well at least the Front crash prevention rating is "Superior" with the exception when having a Fire Truck in front of it .
Still the same crap headlights.Anyone know if Model S headlights were updated with the refresh, or are they the same pieces? They look visually the same to me (LED reflectors).
Low beams that don't reach 200 feet on the driver's side is a dealbreaker.
Are the tail lights crappy because they still fog up, or do they lack in brightness or features (not adaptive, etc.)?Yep forgot to mention that. Still the same crap tail lights, too. It's actually really lame these weren't improved.
Are the tail lights crappy because they still fog up, or do they lack in brightness or features (not adaptive, etc.)?
I've noticed the LEDs in the center high-mounted stop lamp in Model S dating back to 2012 light up unevenly. The LEDs vary in brightness. Looks cheap.