Look, you don't have to worry, your two Tesla's are AMAZING, the fact that one of both of them don't have the latest headlamps doesn't mean you can't be happy for those that will have them.Unfortunately this hype is overblown. I'm well aware of the tech used in Europe which is not legal here and will not be legal here for many years. The reason being is that the manufacturers from Detroit are not investing in lighting R&D. The original law was put in place to protect the US manufacturers because they were 7 years behind the Europeans in terms of lighting technology. NHTSA won't remove the original law unless the Detroit manufacturers have the same technology and can compete directly with the Europeans.
Personally, I don't care about something that "might" happen in a decade.
Again, I'm not talking about all of the features available in other markets, just on a very basic US level, the headlamps can still receive software updates that may help them perform better while adhering to the US's archaic headlamp laws. I don't know how to make this any more clear.
If you don't care, why are you in this post at all? Serious question.