Coming from an VW eGolf, the only thing I miss is the easy way to choose between different regen settings. The four different options in the eGolf are: "OFF - 1 - 2 - 3". This setting is easily handled by pushing the gearstick sideways.
My personal experience with the Volvo XC90 is, that it sends the users a notification through the app that they've left a window open or door not completely closed, after locking the car. Can't say a lot more about it: it's just GREAT.
Tesla builds cars. Cars are driven by grown-ups. Often times, grown-ups are part of a family. That family might even include children. More often than not, these children are seated in the passenger row, right behind the driver row.
The current in-car navigation is triggered to charge during a trip if it detects you might not reach your destination. I'm not fully aware of the parameters used, but it seems only average consumption is a factor in trip calculation.
The idea is in cars with automatic transmission pedals can be replaced with one multi functional pedal. When you pres the pedal at the top the car will accelerate. When you push the pedal at the bottom the pedal will work as a brake.