I just took delivery of my Model 3 yesterday and absolutely love the car. For reference I've driven a Model S P85 for the past 5 years. But I'm not used to the autopilot and not sure how it's supposed to work and am looking for some answers to a couple of questions. First, is there no blindsport warning? On my chevy volt, if there is a car in your blindspot, a yellow light turns on in the side view mirror to alert you, but I don't see any such warning on the Model 3 - not even on the screen - I still have to look over my shoulder before changing lanes. Is this a feature that is due to be added in the future? Second, when my Model S was in for service, I had a loaner Model S that had autopilot, I seem to remember that the autopilot display showed all of the cars even the ones in the lanes adjacent to the current lane, but on the Model 3, I only ever see the car that is directly in front of me. Does anyone have an answer for why this is? Why does the autopilot on Model 3 not see adjacent cars? Thanks for your replies.