I love the fact that our cars keep getting better with updates and on Thursday night my wife accepted the message to get the latest flavor of 6.0 overnight. On Friday morning the car was dead with the screens only live enough to tell us to contact Tesla service. Basically the update failed after partially completing. Tesla promptly sent out two repair techs who spent a couple hours trying to force an update with their laptop plugged into the Ethernet port on the car but they could not and said it had to be towed to the nearby service center. It took two tow truck drivers over an hour with a dolly etc to get the car out of the driveway since it would not go into tow mode (which is supposed to be one of the last functions to work in a failing system). They even jumped the 12v battery to make sure it had enough juice. With the full shop equipment the SC soon had the car running again and throughout Tesla was very responsive and is now very good at letting us know what was going on at every step. My only concern is who will foot the bill for something like this after the warranty expires as I expect this was pretty expensive and their update caused the issue?