RTPEV you sound knowledgeable. I took delivery of my Model Y 2 days ago. When I test drove a Model Y I noticed the screen displayed surrounding vehicular traffic as I was driving. Very cool! However, my new Model Y does not....just my vehicle in grey. I thought maybe because my cameras were not calibrated yet? I called Tesla service and he said that only the FSD autopilot allows this capability (which I was not told before purchase as I even mentioned to the Sales Rep how assistive the vehicle display of surrounding traffic was.) Dropped by Tesla, a service guy came out and said to turn on a couple of options at the top of the Autopilot page (sorry, can't remember the exact names right now) but that did not work when I drove home. Another Sales Rep said traffic should display regardless of AP so I have received conflicting opinions and still do not have a similar display to the test drive vehicle. I have a mobile service appointment set up but feel that someone should definitively know the answer. Thank you, a newbie p.s. on my Speedometer display I do not see vehicles in front, side, rear or parked cars nor is the 'speaker icon' displayed as you mentioned above. I do have full back-up camera in Reverse or selectable.This is normal. You are actually in the "overhead/parking assist" view (as evidenced by the speaker icon in the upper left of your images). When you are in this view, the view shifts from displaying other cars/objects to the ultrasonic proximity squiggly lines. Even though you zoomed out the display, you will not see other cars in that view. Once the other cars get far enough away out of ultrasound range, the car will shift back to the 3D view where you will see cars in the visualization. This is probably why you saw the cars "flicker": they got far enough away.