What? I thought we were told specifically we (LR AWD) didn’t get anything.
I know Elon said it but it’s weird....
And why has no one ever said a release number for this?
Are we talking 2019.5.15? 16?
And, I just verified that tweet, no offense. Wonder why we’ve not seen this news elsewhere? Or I haven’t, lol.
As I said, it’s in his feed. Can’t you look for yourself? All you need is a browser.Is this tweet from Elon real? The tweet was from 2/28/19. How come no one picked this up until now—2 weeks later?
5% increase in power. What does this mean in terms of improved 0 to 60 time? 4.2 sec? 4 sec?
The original list didn't include the D in the list of impacts/outcomes of the increase. However it did mention explicitly this is across all variants.The original list did NOT include the AWD version. It was weird. Go look at the Tesla blog post as mentioned.
The original list did NOT include the AWD version. It was weird. Go look at the Tesla blog post as mentioned.
5.15 release is NOT the March 15th release. The first number is the week of the year the build is released. So the speed related build should be around 12.X or later when it is released. Teslafi does not show any releases that high to date. We probably have another month or so as Tesla/Elon time.Hope it is true! It will be great and a nice gift from Elon! I have already 2019.5.15 since a couple of days, (8 hours after I bought FSD for $2000) and I do not think it is on...
No, I know there was a list of ‘vehicles’ and AWD was not in them. Hence this thread.This is what I was going by:
2/28 Tesla blog post - "...and add an average of approximately 5% peak power to all Model 3 vehicles."
Was there a different earlier post?