It says " speed detected ". Does that mean ap2 now reads the speed signs instead of using the database ? This would be fantastic.
Those who owned or own ap1 is this auto high beam the same function?
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Can you clarify? The notes sounds like the manual description of auto-high beam, which AP2.0 never actually had.On paper the auto high beams function sounds the same.
Nice! Is it showing cars in all lanes on the dash display now, as per AP1, or still only the car(s) immediately in front?
Can you clarify? The notes sounds like the manual description of auto-high beam, which AP2.0 never actually had.
You push the stalk to turn on HB, and if you have auto on, it's in auto mode, which didn't exist before on 2.0 cars. If auto is off in the settings, it's the normal (old) high beams on and off as usual.
AP2.0 gets speed limits from GPS only, as far as we know. I assume that's all it means by 'detected', detected on the map database. It may be also language they can use without change when camera detection is enabled.
Someone needs to test this, by seeing if a sign that doesn't agree with the database is detected.
On the rest of the update, excellent. But what's the speed limit for AEB? 28? 80?
Gotcha, 'on paper it sounds the same' sounds like 'no change, what are they talking about?'The post he responded to asked if AP1 Auto-highbeam and AP2 Auto-highbeam were the same. His (correct) response was that the descriptions provided by Tesla for both are the same.
We'd need a 17.17.4 AP2 owner who had a bunch of experience with AP1 to be able to say anything more than that.
This update also includes the menus to all the Easter Eggs as a slide tab from the top of the vehicle info screen you get when you tap on the Tesla T.