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2019.40.1.1 started rolling out on November 27th, here are the highlights:
As of today, it seems Tesla has stopped the rollout of this version. We’ll keep updating this article as we get new information.
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Not carrying a spare tire is not a reason not to own a car jack, they’re great for tire rotations and winter wheel swaps, but also for DIY red brake caliper painting, cleaning the wheel wells, and even swapping suspension components (Model 3 especially - lowering springs, coil-overs).
Teslarati is bringing you an exclusive Racing Red Edition of the popular 3-TON jack stand used by Tesla owners worldwide. A Tesla-specific jack pad is included with each stand. Fits Tesla’s official lifting point for Model S, Model 3, and Model X.
Yes, you heard right, Teslarati has its own online shop and it’s great, check it out!
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With 2019.40.1.1 Tesla pushed code to our cars that they are not currently using for the public. According to @greentheonly, there’s code tagged as “CityStreetsBehavior” which is brand new. In a follow-up tweet, he mentioned that most of its logic is missing and some comments indicate it’s targeting HW3, which isn’t a surprise since city streets will be only for folks who purchased FSD, all of which should get the AP processor swapped in the next few months.
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We’re stoked to be partnering with Jeda for our next giveaway for which we’re giving away one Jeda Wireless Pad for the Model 3. We’ll announce the winner on Twitter next Wednesday, check out pinned tweet to participate. Good luck!
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DirtyTesla (hi Chris!) posted this awesome video of his car (Model 3 with HW2.5 running 2019.40.1.1) avoiding a construction barrel that is literally in his lane. The screen doesn’t reflect the cone but as greentheonly tweeted this week, “cones are obviously detected on HW2+ just as a bunch of other stuff like traffic signs, traffic signals and so on, on HW2 none of this information is currently being sent to infotainment for visualization (there it used to do it in v9), on HW3 they send the cones info”
I’m not sure when Tesla released this but you can now add a secondary user from the “My Tesla” page. From there you can also grant them access to one or more of the cars via the app.
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The 3rd row in the video looks tiny, we’ve reserved a Model Y with a 3rd row this would work for us since we only need it to occasionally transport a kid or two. From the video it doesn’t seem like the 3rd-row seats would be able to comfortably fit an adult. What do you think?
Last week we talked about TeslaMate. This week we’re sharing a step-by-step guide put together by Satheesh (one of our subscribers) to help you get it up and running. If you are interested but don’t know how to start, give it a try!
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As the article says “You don’t buy a Tesla: you buy a software platform that is constantly updated, further improving the driver experience”.
Read more: Forbes
If you are in the continental US, order before Dec 8th to get your Tesla this year and also the $1,875 federal credit. Use our referral code for 1,000 free Supercharging miles http://ts.la/ignacio9266
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.