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Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Soolim, Oct 24, 2015.
Is it coming to North America?
No, it is not EU only.
Do I understand that you have it too? How does the auto lane change work with 2.7.77 in Australia? Do you need to 1) signal and 2) initiate the lane change by turning the wheel?
Thanks in advance.
Pilot_51 got it on his Classic, so it's possible to get it in the U.S. at least.
2.7.77 for Hong Kong too, rolling out since last night. Lane change by signal only, no need to turn wheel.
Yeah I have .77 now. Yes to change lanes you need to signal, and be holding the wheel (or just brushing against it) for it to start the lane change. That's new in .77.
Then it looks like they have made it worse for EU and maybe Australia.
There is no need to "turn the wheel" but you need to be holding it...
The car wants to know you are there and alive...!
Are you sure? Others with 7.77 need to hold the wheel in the beginning of the lane change.
I started reading this thread when it first started yesterday. When I saw an update might be available I immediately checked the car but found no update.
But then a couple of hours ago the light on my router that indicates data is being received started flashing wildly.
I quickly turned off everything connected to the router leaving only the car as the only possible recepient of the data. And the light still flashed.
As I mentioned that was a coupe of hours ago. And the light is still flashing. And flashing... Must be a big update.
Sitting here watching the light flash and waiting for the update to finish I'm reminded of this television commercial that aired here in the US (maybe elsewhere) many years ago:
classic Heinz Ketchup Anticipation TV ad 1979 - YouTube
On the version I'm running now, v 7.0 (2.7.56), I do get a message to hold the steering wheel when I engage autopilot but once engaged when I use the turn signal stalk to initiate a lane change the car changes lanes whether I hold the wheel or not.