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Wiki [UK] V11 Release


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Jun 17, 2019
Surrey, UK
OK Elon. Put your money where your mouth is ;)


Apparently nothing preventing it coming to any AP 2.5+ car.


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Supporting Member
Dec 28, 2019
Nottinghamshire, UK
Thinking about the overall effectiveness of FSD & Summon (and the pic of the scary carousel car park)..... Hell will freeze over before I let my car decide which direction of travel might be appropriate !
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Jan 25, 2021
Leeds, UK
Moderator comment - thread merged from "Is Tesla V11 Software coming for Model 3?"

Hello all

just seen some video capture of new Tesla Version 11 software running on the refreshed Model S (and Model X). See below.

I like the look of the App tiles and hope that us non FSD drivers can adjust the amount of screen given over to driving visualisations. It does look like this sort of adjustment may be possible on V11. Also I like the improved quick actions display.

I’m a new Tesla owner (MIC LR M3), so I’m a little unfamiliar with how software is rolled out to the whole ‘Tesla fleet’.

Do you think software V11 will be available for all new Tesla cars or just the MS and MX which have 17 inch display and a dash binnacle with the additional driver info?

What do you think will be included in this software if it is going to be rolled out widely?
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Nov 25, 2012
Visalia, CA
What do you think will be included in this software if it is going to be rolled out widely?

Historically, each user interface rollout will be for all Tesla cars, old and new, all models and there would be some adjustments for your own particular available features (such as the absence of gear stick...) screen area and orientation...
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Active Member
Jul 17, 2019
Bath, UK
Being slightly pedantic but I don't think it's been confirmed that this is the v11 software. It could just as easily be a significant version on the current v10 software, as the refreshed UI that we have now was.

Tony Hoyle

Active Member
May 7, 2019
Stockport, UK
That red and blue background.. I'm sure I've seen that before. OSX? Although I may be misremembering as nothing on google. Side popup menu is clearly android inspired..

Taking design cues from mobile is probably their best option really.. people are familiar with how those work, plus mobile companies spent a lot of money on research into UI to decide what works best.


TM3 SR+ | MSM+Black | No FSD
Supporting Member
Jan 20, 2020
On the new S and X, the car will decide what gear you want to be in based on cameras/radar. Saves you shifting between drive and reverse.

Think you'd need to be a brave man/woman to not disable that setting.

To operate smart shift manually, you drag the car icon on the screen:



Mar 26, 2020
The thing is I don't want a UI upgrade. I want a functionality upgrade as follows;

1. Windscreen wipers speed range increased. A slider to select speed. The slider to remain on the screen when the wipers are on.
2. Windscreen wiper auto sensitivity adjustment.
3. A permanently visible button to dim and switch the screen from day/night settings
4. A button to tell the radio to be FM or DAB or Auto switch between the two.
5. The DAB / RDS radio information to scroll so that you can read what it actually says rather than just the first half.
6. A switch to turn off the 'Camera blocked or blinded' messages
7. Add back internet radio stations - it seemed to do this when I first got the car but now does not.
8. Add GPS and Speed data to the dashcam and sentry footage
9. Allow Points of Interest database (i.e. speed cameras) to be added to the navigation system
10. Stop the seats moving (to my wife's setting if she has recently driven the car) before the screen is active and allows you to push the STOP button.

I don't want better / different games or improved farting!

Rant over............

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