Raven Model S and Model X were launched in April 2019. The Raven models introduce new electric batteries for the Model S and the Model X (like the Model 3 ones) that increase their Long Range versions up to 370 miles and 325 miles per charge respectively. It also introduces a full adaptive suspension which translates in very noticeable changes making the rides smoother. In February 2020, Tesla announced the range of their Long Range versions will go up with a new Long Range Plus version.
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Tesla has started rolling out the latest software update, 2020.12.5, to owners outside the private Beta. As anticipated last week, the main new feature introduced in 2020.12.5 is the 'Dashcam Viewer' which allows to view Sentry Mode and Dashcam videos directly in your car's main screen.
The Tesla Model S and Model X Long Range Plus come with a range boost that gets them up to 390 miles and 351 miles on a single charge respectively.
What is Tesla Raven? In April 2019 Tesla introduced new versions of both Model S and Model X- codenamed as 'Raven'- which included a new adaptative suspension system and an overall increase in range. In February 2020, Tesla announced new EPA range estimates for the Raven Long Range Plus versions.
Past Tesletter articles
Good summary about the new goodies in the new 2019 Tesla Model S (Raven). Even though I’d recommend you to skip to 1:30 and to ignore the comments about how outdated the interior looks, I still think it’s a good video about the new features added to the car.#66
DragTimes has tested the new Cheetah Launch Mode with a Raven Model S and shared their impressions in this video: «Easier to engage launch mode and stays on longer before disengaging (~10seconds vs ~5seconds previously); can do more 1⁄4 mile consecutive runs before it starts to have overheating issues». See it in action!From issue #107