Your Model 3 is now able to charge with increased peak rate power, up to 170 kW.
Your Model 3 is now able to charge with increased peak rate power, up to 200 kW.
When your vehicle is moving at a significantly faster speed than vehicles in neighboring lanes, Autopilot now automatically reduces your driving speed. This is helpful in heavy traffic situations or when there is a long line of vehicles merging into a different lane or exiting onto an off-ramp. When your vehicle detects that adjacent lane traffic is significantly slower, the lane is highlighted with arrows and its vehicles are highlighted gray in the driving visualization. This speed adjustment can be temporarily overridden by pressing the accelerator pedal.
Automatic wipers have been improved to be more likely to activate when it is lightly raining and respond to changes in rain intensity for more environments. The automatic wipers are now employing the first production deep neural network trained with over 1 million images for the detection of water droplets on a windshield and additional weather cues. If automatic wipers is not performing to your preference, any manual adjustment to wiper speed will be captured to further train and improve the network in future software updates.
Model 3 To enable automatic wipers, tap the windshield wiper icon located in the "Cards" area on the touchscreen and select AUTO.
Model S & Model X To enable automatic wipers, tap Controls > Vehicle > Autowipers (Beta) and ensure that the steering column lever is set to the second or third position.
Automatic lane changes have been tuned to make lane changes with more confidence. When the adjacent lane is detected to be open, automatic lane changes will initiate faster and be more assertive.
Navigation can now utilize your license plate to determine the appropriate route for you. Enter your license plate number by going to Controls > Software > Enter License Plate. Once entered, you can enable by tapping Controls > Navigation > License Plate Routing.
When navigating, the Guidance view has been improved to display relevant upcoming route information. As usual, tap the icon in the top right corner of the map to adjust the map's view.
Your car may warn you in some cases if it detects that you are about to run a stop sign, in addition to stop lights, while Autosteer is in use. This is not a substitute for an attentive driver and will not stop the car.
Due to local regulations, the limit of how far the steering wheel can turn while Autosteer is active has been adjusted. This may reduce Autosteer's ability to complete sharp turns. Additionally, Auto Lane Change must start within 5 seconds of engaging the turn signal.
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