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Here are some highlights of Karpathy’s talk about AI at Tesla at PyTorch Developer Conference. Having said that, I encourage you to watch the entire video, he makes a great job explaining this complex subject.
Easy and useful. I’m only missing a setting to select different models since not all models charge at the same speed.
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Thinking in applying Chrome Delete to your Model 3? Teslabros’ DIY Chrome Delete Kit is high-quality premium vinyl, easy to apply, and honestly, it looks amazing. I just wish it’d be available for the Model S. Want to see more? Check out MotherFrunker’s YouTube review.
It’s been 309 days since the groundbreaking ceremony was held and the factory is ready and more and more MIC Model 3s are appearing on social media. This is impressive by any standards! BTW I think that logo in Chinese looks 🔥
Read more: Twitter
With the introduction of hold in stopping mode Tesla released improvements in their regeneration braking for all Model 3s and Raven Model X and S. Before this update, regenerative braking stopped at 15kph/10mph but now it goes all the way to 5kph/3mph.
Read more: Reddit
Some people say it’s a coincidence, but hundreds of people have reported this tip from Zack to actually work. If you want to help your car checking if there is a pending update, just tap a few times on the ‘Advanced’ button in the software menu. This only checks if the update is there, which in theory the car should be checking anyway. However, I’ve seen that not being really accurate, instead Tesla has to have approved your car configuration and region to get the update.
Read more: Twitter
A handful of owners have reported receiving HW3 upgrades, coincidentally all of them have MCU2. Now the rumor started on Reddit that you need MC2 in order to have HW3, all this based on one owner with MCU1 who had his Autopilot processor replaced and got called to go back to get the change reverted. We don’t know if this is true but let us know if you know more!
REad more: Reddit
In this video by greentheonly, Autopilot recognizes both the dog and the owner. Even though it incorrectly tags the dog as a pedestrian, note that it does get recognized so that’s what matters in order to be able to avoid it.
Looks pretty elaborate and not a single frame fluke? Or am I imagining things?— green (@greentheonly) November 11, 2019
Somebody, walk your dog in front of your car and see if it shows up on IC to test (put car in D)?
All cams but pillars it seems. pic.twitter.com/8u846Vsq1A
Elon Musk confirmed that Giga4 will be in Germany, near Berlin, and that it will start with Model Y production. Great news for Europe, once this is up and running the price of the Model Y (and probably after it, the price of the Model 3) will go down considerably since they won’t have to account for import taxes and transportation.
Read more: Teslarati
Good DIY in case this happens to you.
Tesla has published the EPA numbers for the Model 3 for 2020, they’ve split the range of the performance version by wheels.
Read more: Electrek
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.