In Tesla’s today, the day time running lights turn on the headlights but not the tail lights, thus only providing additional visibility for oncoming vehicles and pedestrians. By also turning on tail lights, Tesla’s would have improved visibility from behind during the day but more i
Feature requests for Cybertruck
Similar to the forward collision warning for the driver, the rear-end collision warning system would be for the driver of the following vehicle that is approaching too rapidly. The enhancement request would enable Tesla vehicles to flash the brake lights or center high-mounted
An audible warning when the speed limit changes. There are many places with small towns that suddenly change the speed limit to 25 MPH, it would be nice if the car gave an audible warning when the speed limit changed. Same when the speed limit increases as you leave town.
Automatically brake for an emergency - before hitting something when backing up and before collision
When driving without autopilot on, the car knows when you are about to hit something and should automatically apply the brakes to avoid hitting something in front or backing into something behind you. Infinity has this feature and will automatically stop before backing into the garage or pedest
Allow for driver registration of which profile drove when where (to aid to distribute speed / park tickets with multiple drivers in family)
Request to allow to turn on a feature to have profile registration of who drove when where. All information should be available already. Motivation to request is that with multiple drivers in a family it can serve as help to distribute parking & traffic fines to the right driver.
The display in the Cyber Truck should have a very secure mount or a way to tuck it safely into the dash so it isn't accidentally broken off while navigating rough terrain. When off roading, it is not uncommon for a passenger to be pitched around in their seat, even at low speed with their seat be
It would be nice to have a hidden section of the dash that can be configured to house additional gages and switches and the wiring to control custom bumper/roof rack accessories. From the pictures of the Cyber Truck and other Teslas, there appears to be no switches or gages in the dash.
I live in Texas and frequent a number of ranches with a lot of cattle gates. Ranches with a lot of gates and incessant seat belt alarms do not work nicely together. It is very annoying to hear seat belt alarm while idling forward between gates that you need to open by hand.
Like many, I don't have WiFi available where the car is parked.
I think a good option would be to allow the Tesla phone app to download the update over WiFi (onto the phone's storage) and then transfer it to the car when it's convenient to do so (via USB or WiFi Hotspot?).
Additional features for premium connectivity
Interesting and useful if with the premium connectivity you can make with the Tesla network a Hot Spot (very useful in Europe because of the expensive roaming) and that also the LTE you can download the SW and Maps.... updates.