Well, in defense of Creep (yeah yeah, I know) with reference to manual transmissions, if you were parallel parking on any kind of hill, you could ride the brake with the clutch down because at that point gravity is giving you the "Creeping." I know that's how we ALL parked with our manuals.
I think a combination of Hold and Creep would be great - but as you said - it's VERY difficult to implement this without confusion, so the likelihood is this never, ever happens.. This was discussed a bit before this release was even out to Early Access people. But just because we used to drive differently with a manual transmission doesn't make it *better.* Modern system are far, far better/faster/reliable/safer than manuals ever were. That's why manuals are going the way of the dodo. And that's from someone who swore he'd never have a non-manual because they were so crappy/slow/slushy/uncontrollable. Guess what? Times change. So referencing manuals as some sort of god-like interactive method for an automobile is just silly.
Anyhoo. I bet if we did a poll of whether people would like a "Parking Mode" button appearing on the screen, a lot of people would love that.
But, it almost certainly won't happen. So I'm going to continue to use Hold mode because I DO think it's better than Creep in most cases. There are just those dastardly edge cases where it's not, which is a bummer.
Ok, this sucks. Just installed 36.2.1 on my 2017 Model X and NO FULL REGEN. What gives? Why not? Any other X owners get shortchanged on this one?
increased supercharging rate isn’t in this update for SR/+. I just arrived at a supercharger with 26% batter remaining and used the preconditioning feature and only peaked at 96kw
These sorts of things things clear up. After any update it's not a bad idea to do a full reboot: From Service screen power off, with your "key" phone inactive, e.g. in Flight Mode, wait full 3 min for it to fully power down, then tap brake to restart. Reconnect your phone.
I had my first spontaneous reboot in over a year today running 36.2.1. I was about to back into a parking spot so shifted into reverse. The backup camera was black so I waited a couple seconds for it to come on and then the screen went blank for a reboot. I put the car in drive and moved out of the way from blocking the aisle. The reboot completed normally and I shifted into reverse again and the backup camera came up normally so I was able to park. Since I've been on 36.2.1 I've had more frequent backup camera delays than other recent versions. Anyone else having this issue? BTW, I've been using the one pedal driving mode and I like it enough to leave it on for now. Previously I used the creep setting. I liked being able to easily roll a bit just by letting off the brake and them re-applying it. But I can do essentially the same thing on OPD just by letting it auto stop and applying light pressure to the accelerator to roll and releasing to stop again. I find it's just a little easier than having to switch between pedals.