Besides, as the time-frame of a tax break for Tesla's electric vehicles had been dried out, the auto remains too costly for the United States buyers. Now, it looks like the promising auto mode will be released soon.
Musk said on Thursday that the update will be rolling out this week along with a new security feature "sentry mode", which blasts classical music if the vehicle detects it's being broken into. The cameras would then record any vandalism and sound an alarm without the owner's input.More news: Spurs' Mauricio Pochettino slams referee over 'unbelievable' Son Heung-min booking
Elon Musk did not elaborate his tweet though.
In response, Elon Musk said that the "Sentry Mode" will be arriving this week. People are still asking when exactly "Sentry Mode" and "Dog Mode" will be released to the public.More news: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: There is nothing I can do about Alexis Sanchez
This week Tesla cars will receive an update, which includes a "dog mode". The Tesla Twitter account has been tweeting other topics now and left the conversation with their boss waiting for a response.
A new software update (Version 9 2019.4) is on the near horizon that adds a constant Blind Spot Warning Chime (currently Teslas only chime during a lane change) and Auto-Folding Mirrors Based on Location feature that integrates with HomeLink and Global Positioning System, however, it's unclear if Dog Mode and Sentry Mode are included in this update. This mode is happening thanks to a suggestion Elon Musk, the CEO of the firm, received via Twitter. For example, they have the Cabin Overheat Protection in which it controls the climate of the vehicle to keep the interior at a safe and tolerable temperature.More news: Red Dead Redemption 2 Online Changes
Upon their fresh release, Tesla's Model S and X were able to shake things up in the market, and the company is looking to do the same with the Model Y. Musk confirmed that the Model Y unveiling, which will have the full details of the new SUV, will be on March 15. Otherwise, the best option is still to leave animals in their homes and not inside the vehicle.