In navigation, rather than just negatively framed warnings about needing to be at a certain speed to reach the destination, provide "smart suggestions" regarding distance gained/charge retained if speed was reduced.
We've been told that keeping one's battery at a high state of charge is not ideal for the battery. What about a feature that allows us to set a time by which we want the battery charged to a certain level?
I know there are some apps that support this, but I'd like for Tesla to include this as a native feature in their vehicle and app. For example, I would like my vehicle to be 72 degrees by 7:45 am just before I leave for work and then again at 5:05 pm when I leave.
Remember that two-second following rule from driver's ed? Rather than car lengths, wouldn't it be safer if we could set the following distance based on that two-second following rule, perhaps only when at certain minimum speeds?
On a recent trip we changed our destination while supercharging, but the charging status screen didn't show a new countdown of how much time it would take to charge until we were at an acceptable state of charge to reach that destination.
My wife likes it cooler and air in her face -- I like it a bit warmer and don't need any fan blowing on any part of me. In my older cars I just closed the fan vents, best I could, but I can't do that with the Tesla Model 3.
When using autopilot (without navigate) I can't set the target speed to be more than 5 mph over speed limit (as known by the vehicle). I'd like the ability to override that, which is especially helpful if the map data is incorrect
As a driver I can pause the playback or mute the audio be pressing the left thumbwheel, but the front seat passenger doesn't have that option. What about adding an option to mute be pressing the speaker button on the screen for a second or two?