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how to see color of the car front of me ?

ShawnA

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Nov 13, 2017
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Hi Oliver,

I am guessing you are referring to the image of your car in the instrument cluster.
It indicates the color your car was originally painted.
If you repainted a different color since your car was rebuilt it will not show the proper color.
I believe your Service Center is able to change the color of your car as it appears
in the instrument cluster.

Good luck,

Shawn
 
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oliver4ever

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Jun 14, 2019
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Hi Oliver,

I am guessing you are referring to the image of your car in the instrument cluster.
It indicates the color your car was originally painted.
If you repainted a different color since your car was rebuilt it will not show the proper color.
I believe your Service Center is able to change the color of your car as it appears
in the instrument cluster.

Good luck,

Shawn
Hello mr ShawnA
sorry if didnt expine it good >>
please check attacment photo
 

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Need

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Nov 22, 2017
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You can't see the color of the car in front on the screen. It is dark grey if it just moved in. When your are on AP and it is using the car in front as the leading car, it turns white. When you are about to hit it, it turns red I think. I guess it is possible if the car in front is grey/white/red, it would happen to match the color on the screen!
 

cucubits

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May 17, 2019
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The car in front can also appear as blue when on AP when it uses it to navigate. I've seen this in stop and go traffic or when the lines disappear in slow moving traffic.
 
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Krazaak

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Jul 30, 2017
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AP1 was MobileEye, AP2+ is Tesla. They don't operate the same. MobileEye used different colors to represent a car it was following, Tesla just uses different shades of white/grey, likely to avoid any intellectual property disputes.
 

cucubits

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May 17, 2019
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AP1 was MobileEye, AP2+ is Tesla. They don't operate the same. MobileEye used different colors to represent a car it was following, Tesla just uses different shades of white/grey, likely to avoid any intellectual property disputes.

Tesla uses red too. I've had a loaner 100D with AP2.5 and the car in front turned red when the front collision warning activated.

But yes, what I said above about the blue car in front, was for AP1, I don't know about >AP2.
 

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