Tesla Model S and Model X refresh updates may have begun to decline. Recently, Tesla hacker @greentheonly discovered that this is probably the biggest confirmation so far that hardware updates or “updates” for flagship cars and SUVs are indeed coming.
In the latest update on Twitter, Green stated that Tesla’s software now references what the electric car manufacturer calls “S/X P2.” It is similar to the selfie camera found in the car, similar to the camera found in Model 3 and Model Y. This will translate into hardware updates for Model S and Model X, as the current versions of these vehicles do not have a cab. camera.
Tesla’s all-electric vehicles are known for their large number of cameras, especially the eight cameras that are mainly used for functions such as Sentry Mode and TeslaCam. What is usually not mentioned is that Tesla is equipped with a ninth camera inside the Model 3 and Model Y above the rearview mirror. So far, additional cameras have not been introduced to Model S and ModelX.
If Green’s observations are accurate, and Tesla is indeed preparing to equip its flagship vehicles with in-cabin cameras, it means that the electric car manufacturer is preparing hardware updates for Model S and Model X. Major changes in functionality may remain to be seen, but even minor changes (such as those introduced in Model 3 in 2021) are enough to attract consumers’ attention.
The inclusion of Model S and Model X selfie cameras in the upcoming “refresh” bodes well for electric car manufacturers. As pointed out by the software tracker service Teslascope, the addition of a cabin-oriented camera for Model S and Model X indicates that the company may include them in the upcoming Robotaxi service.
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