Chill mode does not exist in pre-AP Teslas, though. Depending on what OP really has, that could be a consideration.
The lack of speed-limit info would IMO suggest a non-AP car at least and a P85+ more likely would be pre-AP than AP1. A December 2014 registration could be an older pre-AP car that got delayed (showroom car?) just as well as a late AP1 unicorn... It could even be a late arriving last-ditch pre-AP car in itself, European deliveries always take a couple of quarters...
And, again, pre-AP has no Chill mode. This is well documented.
Actually, it is possible you guys inadvertantly brought up/supported one of OPs points... WHY do pre-AP cars not have Chill mode? There is no good reason that we know of. The only one that one could think of is Tesla didn't want to re-design the pre-AP dial for the Chill text, because, well, old cars...
Until December 2017 when the Tesla went in the workshop for the repair, i did not have a chill mode update. I do have a P85+ December 2014 registered Model S though.
If a 3 year old car is by Teslas standards an old vehicle that is deemed obsolete for updates then that is the last nail on the coffin for me to sell the car.
I mean its fine to put up with all the customer service bullshit, its fine to tolerate a 90K car that doesn't have place for my sunglasses, hell its even ok to see the rubber seals on the sunroof falling apart after only three years. But its hell not fine to say that a 3 year old car is obsolete and would be kicked out from future updates.
You know what is funny, even with all this 'innovation' he is still reporting tremendous losses in the fourth quarter. If he actually treated all the customers with the respect they bought with their hard earned money maybe they would have been more loyal to his vision.
I never bought into the Apple craze, i sure as hell will never buy into Teslas if i suspect that they copied their marketing and sales model from Apple.