Model s refresh

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First look at Tesla’s adaptive suspension for the Model S and X refresh

One of the recent additions for the Model S and X is the adaptive suspension. According to Tesla, this new suspension uses a predictive model to anticipate how the damping will need to be adjusted based on the road, speed, and other vehicle and driver inputs. Now that new owners are getting their hands on these new cars, greater information about it is going out. Here is a table of how the new suspension compares in terms of efficiency to the old one.

One of the recent additions for the Model S and X is the adaptive suspension. According to Tesla, this new suspension uses a predictive model to anticipate how the damping will need to be adjusted based on the road, speed, and other vehicle and driver inputs. Now that new owners are getting their hands on these new cars, greater information about it is going out. Here is a table of how the new suspension compares in terms of efficiency to the old one. Watch the video on Youtube

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From issue #61

No 'refresh' for Model X or Model S anytime soon

There have been a lot of rumors about a major refresh for the Model S and X for a while now. However, Elon just made clear on Twitter that they aren’t doing a refresh and that Tesla is constantly changing small (sometimes bigger) parts of the car. In my opinion, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t possible that they change something like the dash or something else, but they aren’t going to do it as a full refresh. Also, timing is something that no one knows. Honestly, if you like a current model just get it now, don’t wait because Tesla keeps on improving their cars constantly.

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From issue #67

Tesla MS refresh with minimalist interior and M3 motors coming this year

I’ve been hearing about a Model S interior refresh since I got mine in Dec 2017. I guess if we keep saying it one day it will happen 😉. We love our Model S but definitely the interior has some room for a more modern design although I’m not sure that the mono screen - ala M3 - is going to make everyone happy. Definitely excited to see how Tesla can evolve a vehicle so beautiful as the MS.

Read more: Jalopnik

From issue #62