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Discussion in 'Model S' started by eurek, Nov 16, 2016.
Model S AP 2.0 pictures
More pictures at Model S AP 2.0
Which are the rear facing cameras? One on the license plate and ??
Can you give us details on functionality for what does/doesn't work?
The ones on the front fenders face towards the rear. The B pillar cameras look like they face a little forward.
First wild pics on here?!
The red one sure is dirty!
I know I am nitpicking but the camera on the fenders looks kind of ugly. The way it bulges out and the black insert takes away from the aesthetics. Oh well I guess function over form.
Agreed. I figured they would have done a better job at camouflaging all of those cameras but that flare though...
But, thanks I was looking forwards to seeing an in-real-life one.
Not digging the fender camera aesthetics at all - but I suppose they did the best they could to make 8 cameras unobtrusive.
I'm not too off on the fender cams. It would be nice if they didn't have that modeled grey looking surround. I wonder if silver to the edge would interfere with its imaging. I'm surprised that the rear cam looks to be the same position as ours. If it is also wide angle, I would think that would take a lot off processing to convert that to actual distance. I hope the b-pillar cams look better in production. They really seem to bug me for some reason.
There is only one rear facing camera
All new AP 2.0 car does not have AP turned on. They told me that it does not even have cruise on and that is expected to be turned ON in december. So its just like a regular car now without any cruise or anything.
I was of the same opinion unless I saw the cars but when you see the car in person, these cameras dont stand out at all.
I put one picture of 90 D AP 1.0 parked next to AP 2.0 and you can hardly tell any difference.
they just got off train. Seeme like they need to do a lot of cleaning job. I will try to stop by sometime during the day to get more pictures.
The Rearward Looking Side Cameras located on the front fenders also provide some coverage to the rear, up to 100 meters.
I don't see any heating elements on cameras except in the windshield.
You have to actually drive these cars?? Ludicrous!
Hopefully they at least get TACC enabled sometime in December. I have a 1000+ mile roundtrip roadtrip planned for the holidays and would hate to have to actually keep my foot on the accelerator for the entire drive. I remember having to do that back in 1995 when I first moved to Colorado and it was not fun!
Were the front fender cameras the same size as the the current turn signal "emblem" for AP1 cars? Did the fender look like it was different itself? I'm curious if the camera assembly is just a drop in replacement or if one tried to retrofit these if they would need a new fender too.