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  • I'm a little over 60 days in on my refreshed Model S 90D and I've been noticing screenshots, even recent ones, of the Tesla speedometer, and it.

    I set up a GPS speedometer app on my phone and it reported about 1mph slower than what Model 3's speedometer reads. Honestly, I'm quite.

    Introduction. As a User Experience Designer and a car lover, it was only natural for me to take a closer look at the Tesla Model S instrument.

    Click Here to find out more. An alternate solution Instead of keeping the intervals constant to 60 mph, why not follow it up to 80 mph? The new Energy widget is not available on the pre-AP cars, but the old energy widget remains, so there is no loss here. TeslaTap Great info on Tesla's current vehicle features, desired features, books, links, undocumented and modifications! These complaints ain't going away anytime soon.

    Tesla fan: Can we please, please have a standard speedometer in Model 3? Elon Musk: No.

    Much has been said about the new instrument panel 7. The major change between 4. There was quite a bit of debate about how great or poor the new 7. Here are a few sample screens for the 7. Similar to v6 instrument panel, it is broken into three sections, a center speed indicator and selectable side widgets. In some cases, the left widget is overridden by navigation, auto-parallel parking or the parking sensor alarm. The center gets the most dramatic change in cars with AP hardware with a view of the car, lane markings and dramatically improved rear and side blind spot indicators.

    The center now shows:. Some items available in the v6 display were moved into different widgets. This includes the time, temperature, instantaneous power indicator and the odometer. Unfortunately, you can no longer view all these items at the same time, as they reside in three different widgets.

    The battery capacity and range have both been greatly reduced in size and moved to the bottom, likely to deemphasize their importance. The on AP equipped cars the large analog speedometer has been removed entirely although it remains on non-AP cars.

    The date was removed entirely. You can no longer view the A and B trip information in a widget. The new trip widget has a new feature to show the time when the car was started, the miles, duration and the power used per mile.

    Energy, Tire pressure and seat-belt warnings, Clock. The new Energy widget is not available on the pre-AP cars, but the old energy widget remains, so there is no loss here. While a few owners bemoan the changes, we think the new AP center view is brilliant. Trying to combine all the needed information while Auto-pilot is active into a clear and easily understood display is quite a task.

    If feels natural without being confusing. I expect other manufacturers will copy the design when they roll out AP features in the future. In this case, some owners have asked to revert the Instrument panel to something closer to that shown on Classic cars without AP. This might be problematic as some safety features are still available, like blind-spot warning and side collision warnings.

    I suspect the percentage of vehicles in this category to be quite small. It might also help up-sell the AP software to those owners who originally passed on it. Some like to keep it as simple and clean as possible, while others want to cram as much information as possible into the display.

    Widgets help to some degree, but more can be done. Have a setting to change the center car icon to match black paint. If you have a red car, the brake lights are very hard to see. Other paint colors may benefit from having a higher contrast black car too.

    Even better only increase the brightness when direct sun is detected. When bright sun is on the top of the dashboard and hood, the markings almost become invisible. In all other lighting conditions the current brightness is fine.



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