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Just received our P85D last week (will post pics soon). Absolutely love it!
A question: Is there a way to get the web browser working?
I heard it was removed for the Australian market.
To show the stupidity of our laws, you can buy the latest navman smart gps and install in your car, complete with web browser linked to your phone sim. Tesla need to toughen up against the nanny authorities.
Has anyone actually put in a request/complaint about this? I got an email back from Tesla and they said that could potentially get it going in park. This is Tesla Australia.
My last BMW had homelink, a web browser and even a TV....
My wifes landrover also has homelink.
In order to get homelink working in Australia I had to pay a few dollars, and install some type of of receiver.
How are our car going to bring themselves out to the gararage if they can't open it.....
Back in March, I sent the following to [email protected] and got the answer shown.Surely some logic could be applied to this. Ie. It becomes available when someone occupies the passenger seat (assuming weight sensored for seat belt warning) it could be used (and have the inane warnings that the nanny country desires prior to use). And or as previously suggested, when the car is in Park.
Back in March, I sent the following to [email protected] and got the answer shown.
It would be nice if those of us in Oz could have browser access (at least while stationary).
I already made a feature request, and forwarded it to the development department.
We hope they will be taking care of this very soon.
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I think a few more requests along that line wouldn't hurt.
How about an even more failsafe? - 'If car is not in park, disable browser'.....I still find it hard to believe this isn't a simple case of taking the US code and adding a one line 'if speed above ADR limit disable the button' command, essentially. Why on earth they haven't tackled it before now eludes me.