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Rear brake light moved?

The MX pictorial on the driver/center display show the brake lights on the outer section of narrow horizontal light-bar (next to the reverse- and rear-fog-lights) surrounded by the parking lights.

I was following a refresh MX today and noticed that the rear brake lights are (now?) co-located with the rear turn-signals, which are located just below the parking lights. What I found interesting is that when a turn-signal, which is yellow, is on, that specific brake light is off.

Not sure if the refresh MX brake lights have always configured this way - but I wonder why the pictorial does not match? Maybe it was changed to meet some new regulation?
 

iyordanov

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Hi

I got the refresh X for a week about a month ago, to do some products for it (you can see them are: Model X)
One of the products is DYI tint kit (XPEL Slate Smoke) for the tail lights. After I made it, I tested it against a friend's 2017 Model X and it was a perfect match, so unless Tesla changed something in the past month or so, I can confirm that for now the refresh Model X tail lights are exactly the same as the pre-refresh.
 
I can confirm that for now the refresh Model X tail lights are exactly the same as the pre-refresh

Did the Palladium X you had for a week had the new charge port?
Because if it didn't, I'm pretty sure the new taillights with the new charge port are different, just like the ones @stkgator saw:


As you can see from the 20'' Cyberstream Wheels, these 2 Model X's are both Palladium Long Range models, one with the new charge port and one with the old charge port.
 

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