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A photo of Tesla’s Cybertruck pilot production line at Giga Texas was shared as part of the shareholder deck, showing partially assembled Cybertrucks and various parts and equipment around them. The post speculates that the production is progressing as planned, and the pilot production line is working towards full-scale production.
Check out this new video of the Cybertruck being spotted around the Bay Area! It’s always exciting to see this highly-anticipated vehicle out on the roads, and we can’t wait to see more of it in action.
Tesla owners can now toggle the wiper speed using the left-side scroll wheel by moving it left and right. This new feature has been very well-received, as it allows drivers to adjust the wiper speed without taking their eyes off the road.
We’re excited to share a first look at Tesla’s latest feature, which allows users to customize the action associated with the left scroll wheel. This new feature is designed to enhance convenience when adjusting certain functions, and we think it will be a great addition for Tesla owners.
Tesla’s latest update includes a new feature that allows the car to chime when switching gears. For those who prefer not to have this feature, you can easily toggle it off by going to Controls > Safety > Gear Chimes.
Tesla has added another small but useful feature - now, when you hold and slide on the song’s progress bar, it shows the minute and second, allowing you to fast-forward or rewind the track more accurately. This improvement is sure to enhance the user experience for music lovers who enjoy listening to their favorite tunes while driving.
Tesla’s App latest software update includes a great new feature that allows you to easily plan your trip with the necessary charging stops. By selecting a destination in the location tab, you can now see the required charging stops, and even configure the starting battery percentage. This feature is incredibly useful for Tesla owners who want to plan their trips more efficiently and will surely enhance the driving experience.
Tesla has shared new details on its new battery pack assembly line at the Fremont Factory. The new assembly line allows Tesla to mass-produce its new 4680 cells, which are designed to improve the performance and range of its electric vehicles.
As Tesla fan I find myself sometimes having to remember what are all those acronyms, here is a list of the ones you can find in this issue.
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