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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by mrmackie305, Aug 12, 2017.
Came across this video on twitter. Looks like a pretty slick interface on the 15" display!
Map looks really nice. Looks like he's following a Model S too.
GAH! Vertical video... and very short. But I did watch it like 10 times.
I used my crude Photoshop skills to make the image horizontal. Vertical videos can't stop us from obsessing!
I'm a little disappointed it did not display the car on the left. Will the all the new cameras I'd really like to see cars in the blind spot on the display.
Can you actually set your speed with the touch interface, +\- on each side of TACC speed? If so has this taken the place of using the actual stalk on the sterring column?
I like how it says the battery percentage at the time of arriving at destination on the last step of the directions. I suspect it updates on the fly if you change something (AC, speed). Is that the same on the model S/X? (I assume so)
Kinda loud, no?
If you read the text, it says "Round trip estimate back to starting point"
I wonder if that means not 55% at destination, but upon returning to starting point (often home)?
Loud yes, but the thumps make me think it was relatively quiet so the mic automatically had gain way up.
Yes this is the same on S/X.
The 55% is for the destination. Below that it does show round trip percentage but the actual percentage is being cut off in that picture. You have to scroll down to see the round trip number. Also this is a round trip number back to the spot you started the navigation at, not necessarily your home.
You can definitely set the speed with the touch interface. I also think you can use the scroll wheels on the steering wheel as well.
Sadly AP2 is still catching up to AP1.
If you look real close you can see the little yellow radar waves showing there is an object to the left. It is right in between the 6 and 7 second mark of the video.
So, the math works out. The driver appears to be about 16 mi from destination and is currently at 189mi. At destination, 189mi - 16mi = 173 mi. If that results in being at 55% (per the screen), does that mean the original range was 173 / 0.55 = 314.5 mi.
Good catch, but is it too much to ask to have the car it detect show up on the screen?
Did this model 3 not have heated seats or did they change the controls? The little seat icons the bottom row don't seem to have the 3-level option
Yes, but only if he's driving exactly at the rated consumption. Meaning he uses exactly 16 miles of rated range during that last 16 miles of actual distance. More than likely he's not doing that at highway speeds.
This is the reason I set my battery display to a percentage on my main display. Having it set to show miles can be misleading. More than likely he won't arrive at his destination showing 173 miles remaining. Setting it to a percentage makes more sense, especially since the nav uses a percentage to display what you will have left at the destination/round trip.
I agree. I think this is a very disappointing showing of the AP, I'm not impressed. So what if it senses something there, AP needs to know there is a car there.