Past Tesletter articles
u/crujones43 shared on Reddit his designs, you can see them here:
Read more: RedditFrom issue #59
New upgrade option for SR+ owners to get back row heated seats for $300. Up until now, this option was only available for owners with the premium interior but it was knowns that the SR+ had the heaters and were just disabled via software.
Read more: RedditFrom issue #99
Twitter user macbentosh was able to sit on a Model Y, here are his observations:
- Rear seats collapsed with buttons on the left side
- Rear seats appeared to slide forwards and back
- Headspace is 1-2” less than the X
- The second room as wide as a Model S
Read more: TwitterFrom issue #95
Electrek has had access to some early designs and it seems that Tesla is going to bring the spartan minimalist Model 3 interior design to the Model S and Model X while keeping some more premium features in the more expensive flagship vehicles.
See pics and read more: ElectrekFrom issue #19
Elon announced on Twitter that to simplify the production many of the current interiors for the Model S and the Model X are going to disappear after November 1st. If you were thinking about getting a Model S or X it may be time to do it now so you can get the configuration that you wanted and still take advantage of the full tax credit.
Read more: TwitterFrom issue #30
Greentheonly discovered a few bits pointing to new hardware coming to the Model S and the Model X imminently:
- Two new battery types in several configs, no word about the capacity yet
- Integrated inductive phone charger (Qi)
- New charge port type
- New suspension version, not a new suspension but an iteration in the one released a few months ago
- New lumbar support, maybe new seats?
- Is there an interior redesign coming? Who knows 🤷♀️ But it seems that the S and the X are getting some love for sure!
Read more: TwitterFrom issue #96
One of the things I regret the most about my Model S is not properly protecting its paint and seats when I first bought it.
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Learn more: Feynlab#96