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2018.24.1 brings summon, WiFi, and cabin overheat protection to the Model 3

The latest software update brings these long-waited features to the M3 in addition to speed limit mode and TACC on-ramp off-ramp released for MX and MS as well.

Read more about 2018.24.1

From issue #14

2019.16 release notes

The release includes several goodies, I would recommend you to read the whole thing, but here are a few highlights:

  • Sentry mode has a new setting to keep it always on and exclude places
  • Set your software update preference and let Tesla know that you want them to send new software updates to your car as soon as they become available for your car and region
  • Conditional Speed Limits are now displayed - if they apply to your current road - under the regular speed limit sign. I assume this still doesn’t include cameras recognizing the speed limits but who knows
From issue #58

Ability to limit speed from mobile app coming up soon?

It seems like the release notes of the mobile app contain a spoiler of what’s coming up in release 2018.24 :-O

Read more: Reddit

From issue #13

Autopilot speed limit testing

Tesla Tom brings us this Autopilot version 2020.44 speed limit testing on single and multi-lane roads with both fixed and offset speed limits. It looks like on multi-lane roads AP still doesn’t apply the changes automatically, but if you push them manually- the car recognizes the speed limit change and you can tap on it on the screen- AP will match it appropriately. On a single lane road AP does automatically match the road speed when it drops (not when it increases, in which case you have to push it). All in all, still room for improvement, but feeling good about this!

From issue #137

Conditional speed limits in effect

We saw conditional speed limits a few months ago but this is the first time that I see the car recognizing that is raining and automatically selecting the conditional speed limit, neat!

Read more: Reddit

From issue #78

Does Tesla have the wrong speed limit for a street in your area? Report it!

Harvey Payne, from the closed Facebook Group ‘Tesla Tips & Tricks’, has informed that after reporting the correct speed limit on OpenStreetMap it took his car less than a week to start showing the correct speed limit.

I’ve seen a lot of discrepancies in the past about how to go about reporting bad maps data, but according to Harvey and a couple of other comments, this one actually work. If there is an incorrect speed limit, illegal turn, or others, help everyone and report it to OpenStreetMap!

Read more: Facebook (you need to be part of the group to access)

From issue #58

Possible next speed limit 'match other traffic speed'

If you live in California, I’m sure you’ve been in the situation where, even going at or a bit above the speed limit, you’re still the slowest car on the road (go absurd speed limits!). Other times, depending on things like weather, traffic in other lanes, etc. it is just not safe to go at the speed limit of the road. In a response to a great video from our friend John (@teslaownerssv), Elon Musk has hinted at a future ‘match other traffic speed’ setting which would address those issues.

From issue #144

Pre AP cars are getting updates with v9 too!

Pre AP Tesla owners are not only getting the ability to start the navigation in their car by the mobile app and the new UI, but they’re also getting:

  • Chill mode (although present in the UI multiple people report that it actually doesn’t do much)
  • Speed limit mode

Read more: TMC Forum

From issue #28

Software update 2018.24 introduces the ability to limit speed both from the car and the mobile app

As spoiled by the last mobile app release notes :P, version 2018.24 -launched today- introduces the ability of limiting vehicle speed limit both from the car and the mobile app.

From issue #13