When Tesla released the feature with a 105 degree set point, I thought pshaw, that won't help much. But I was recently shown the error in my ways when I had to drive my husbands Audi for a few days to work. I park in a cell dead zone so the odds of me being able to precool the car with the app are slim. Occasionally it connects, but most often not, so I am mostly experiencing the overheat protection when I get in my car once it's been sitting in 105 degree heat uncovered all day. It's hot when I get in the Tesla, but I didn't realize how LESS hot it is until I drove the Audi in. I use sunshades in both cars and always vent the sunroofs. Both cars have black leather interiors and red exteriors, so pretty equivalent. Getting in the Audi after it sat in 105 degree heat was nightmarish. I took it to lunch which was too short a drive to cool it off and ended up just covered in sweat, which I no longer deal with in the Tesla (it's AC can bring the temp down from 105 fairly quick) So I am really looking forward to the customizable update that was mentioned and being able to set it at 90 or something lower than the 105. And I no longer fear getting a black leather interior, which I compromised on for my car.