Written by Kevin Armstrong
Without a doubt, Tesla is the most innovative car in the world, although there is always room for improvement.
For example, when you are in the middle of an important phone call and when you open your car door, your phone connects to your car and the call starts playing through the car speakers. Then, there’s that awkward moment as the person on the other end of the call tries to determine if they’ve been hung up on. At the same time, you’re trying to rush into the car, or you’re trying to quickly transfer the call back to your phone. If this doesn’t happen to you, count yourself lucky; For those who have fallen victim to spontaneous transfer, other condition concerns may soon be a thing of the past.
Tesla plans to change how your phone connects in the next update. Soon, when you’re on an active phone call, audio will now stay on your phone, even after you open the car door and your phone connects to the car via Bluetooth.
When you’re finally inside the car, you can choose to transfer the phone call to the car’s audio system or decline the prompt, leaving the call audio on your phone.
Until this happens, smartphone companies sometimes advise users to turn off Bluetooth to avoid calls being automatically picked up by paired devices such as cars. While this may work for most vehicles, Tesla owners rely on their smartphones to unlock and start the car via Bluetooth.
Major updates are coming
We don’t have any details on when this improvement will be released, but we expect it to be available soon, possibly as soon as 2022.44, but it is being tested now and we expect it to be released this year.
There are many more Tesla updates on the horizon. Fully autonomous driving version 11 is expected to be available to everyone who purchases an FSD by the end of this year. In addition, it is believed that “Actually Intelligent Summoning” or “ASS” will be included in version 11. These updates will get a lot of attention and will likely overshadow this smaller improvement, but they do correct the inconvenience.
A Brief History of Bluetooth
Let’s take a quick look at what technology is becoming popular now. It was Intel, Ericsson, and Nokia who put competition aside and together developed short-range radio technology in 1996. Bluetooth was a creative codename because King Harald Gormsson united Denmark and Norway in 958. The nickname for Bluetooth.
As industry leaders were raving about this technology, they used it as a temporary name. It was to be renamed RadioWire, but they needed more time to get the branding done. The other option was PAN, which stood for Personal Area Networks, but there were just too many PANs that came up in searches. Bluetooth technology began appearing in cars in the year 2000 and Chrysler pioneered the integration of the technology into its vehicles.
Now, we appreciate the convenience of Bluetooth every day, and with a little tweak by Tesla, King Harald Gormsson’s name would be even more flattering.
Written by Kevin Armstrong
Tesla’s smart recall is getting close to a major upgrade. According to Elon Musk, actually Smart Summon, yes, with the acronym ASS, is nearing completion. The CEO was asked if Full Self-Driving (FSD) Version 11 would include the feature; Musk tweeted: It goes without saying that we all want an ASS (Actually Smart Summon) ASAP!!
Intelligent recall enhancement
he is right. ASS will change the number of Tesla owners who interact with their cars daily and move the brand one step ahead of the competition. ASS will be an improved version of the currently available Smart Summon. By pressing a recall button in the Tesla app, the car will use the smartphone’s GPS coordinates to find its driver. This feature has the potential to be a game-changer for people who have to walk through cold, deserted parking lots late at night. It will help increase comfort as well as safety, however, it still has a long way to go from its current implementation.
Intelligent recall in action
Does it include Park Seek?
It’s unclear if the enhanced version of Smart Summon will just be an improvement on what’s available, or if it will include Park Seek. It’s been referred to as a reverse recall for years, but now named Park Seek enables a Tesla to drop off its occupants, including the driver, and then go to park on its own. While the driver does not need to be in the car while a parking space is being found, he or she can choose preferred spaces. There will be three positions in Park Seek: closest to the entrance, near the trolley return, and at the end of the parking lot.
The Autopilot team thinks its software is ready
Tesla’s Autopilot team spoke in detail during AI Day 2022 about developments in fully autonomous driving, including navigating parking lots. Much of the improvement came from developing a single stack, or single code base, to run the vehicle on highways, city streets, and parking lots.
Tesla Autopilot Program Manager Ashok Elluswamy said, “The FSD beta program is fully capable of driving a car. It should be able to navigate from parking lot to parking lot, drive through city streets, stop at traffic lights and stop signs, and negotiate things when intersections, turns etc.”
Parel Jain, Director of Autopilot Motion Planning, added schedules to the program “We also expect to include the parking stack as part of the FSD stack before the end of this year. So, that will basically lead us to sit in the car in the parking lot and drive to the end of the parking lot, in a parking lot.” cars, before the end of this year.
The release of FSD 11, with one stack, started on November 11 at 11:11. Musk said it will take a few weeks before it goes into Beta and then a few more weeks before it has a wide launch in the US and Canada. If and when that happens, there will be over 1 million FSD users. These users will also be able to pick them up from their Tesla and drop them off.
Written by Kevin Armstrong
Verified Tesla stock owners are now part of a random draw to attend an event that will change the world. On December 1, Elon Musk will present the first Tesla Semis to Pepsi. This event will mark the day the trucking industry was shaken up, and the day the trucking business went electric. Tesla shareholders can be there.
Martin Ficha, CEO of Tesla Investor Relations, tweeted: If you would like to attend our Half-Delivery event as a retail contributor, please ensure you have verified contributor status on our website (unconfirmed manual submissions qualify if paperwork is correct). We will conduct a random drawing where 1 share = 1 entry. He also shared a tweet from the Tesla ad shareholder platform, Which enables retailers to check their Tesla inventory in minutes.
The return of the Tesla event
The event itself is a thing. It also signifies the return of Tesla’s experiment. Musk and his team have thrown parties for years to show off some of their new ideas to enthusiasts and fans. Several people responded to Viecha’s tweet, hoping to be invited and looking forward to Tesla’s latest launch event. Of course, the company wouldn’t hold an event if Musk handed out Tesla key cards to some Pepsi delivery truck drivers. The event can serve as a re-launch. It’s been five years since a CEO took to the stage in this massive vehicle he referred to as a monster. So we may need a refresher, and it will be an opportunity for Musk to reiterate all the details of the Semi and how it matches or exceeds what he promised in 2017.
What we know about the halving
Here’s a quick rundown of what Musk said the alum can do. First, you’ll hit 60 mph in five seconds, 20 seconds with a maximum of 80,000 pounds of gross vehicle weight. It has a range of 500 miles at maximum payload weight and highway speeds. Megachargers (already installed at Pepsi in California) take half empty up to 70% in 30 minutes; That would be enough for 350 miles and last about six hours of driving.
Musk guarantees that the likeness will not break for a million miles. He made a promise because of the vehicle’s autonomous engines that if one shuts down, the others will take over. It also has thermonuclear glass, which is a big deal because windshields are replaced regularly on trucks for safety concerns. This downtime will not affect Tesla’s Semi.
These are just a few of the highlights. More about the halving can be found in our story, Everything We Know About the halving. Or you could be one of the lucky contributors invited to the event on December 1st and find out for yourself.