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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by BobAbooey, Sep 15, 2019.
2019.32.2.11 1a8580f is listed on TeslaFi
I’d probably care about this if Tesla had invited FSD buyers to the early access program as promised.
Instead I’m just more disappointed.
Doesn't look like anything worth having.
I am not sure they ever promised to invite all FSD owners to EAP. They invite some selected owners in different regions. The Wider-EAP is self-selected owners that want edge tech.
No. They absolutely promised to invite the early FSD buyers (those of us who believed the lie that it would be more expensive later, before it went on sale) to the early access program. Like most promises from Tesla, it was a lie.
But heyyy, your Taycan is almost here!
Sadly, that also is a disappointment. The actual product is the disappointment, though, rather than the company that makes it being an ongoing lie dispenser.
Looks like it should be more v9.1 that v10.
As I remember it said "FSD owners ..." so leaves it to interpretation. Would have better if it had said "All" or "Selected". At this point *all* FSD owners can self-select. But, I don't think it is something to get bent out of shape over.
Hard to know without seeing it. May be lots not revealed. EM said it included Stop sign and Traffic lights improvements, and better AP on highways.
Perhaps fodder for another thread, but since you were hoping to be tempted by one I’m curious to hear what you found disappointing about it (other than price?).
Since they pulled the blog post and I’m too lazy to find a copy, I have to go from memory. I think they said all FSD buyers before 1 march 2019.
But it’s moot since they’re not inviting us anyway, because they are liars.
Well i have to wait to see the 4S equiv instead of a Turbo, but I suspect the range is going to be inadequate.
At least they offer ventilated seats though.
Wooooo Netflix and more video games!
Throw distractions at people instead of addressing the actual deficiencies in usability, or adding the features that’ll improve the everyday experience.
It is possible to do, you know, both things...
Which they are doing.
They’re doing a lot of one and very very very little of the other.
These cutting-edge cars still have the phone connectivity of 2009, and are missing basic concepts like waypoints that were promised years ago.
“Other than that how was the play, Mrs. Lincoln?”
The initial buzz was implying more like 1/2 that price. That difference is a pretty big deal....and frankly more in line with my initial expectations.
It is a bit early to be disappointed or impressed with the car technical performance & physical aspects are, given that’s still largely in the marketing fog right now. I am very curious what their trade-offs were and what the outcome was.
To be fair we only know about their equiv to the Performance model right now, but I’m wondering what the equiv of the C4S is going to be like.
At least I know the seats can be adjusted to fit me comfortably, though. That matters for something.
Also the color choices are almost as sad as Tesla’s.
As I have suggested in the past would be the case, just more “parlor tricks and gimmicks,” in lieu of substance. Who here thinks Tesla will raise the price of FSD for this, “as promised”? Time will tell.