Learn how to use the Tesla Web Browser in your Model Y or Model 3 in full screen mode with a few simple steps
After more than 6 months with our new Tesla Model 3 things are going swimmingly. Driving the car is fun and a fantastic experience every time. By far the best part though is Autopilot, driving itself on freeways, general roads and more totally flipped how we use our car and I can’t go back.
By now I’m sure you’ve all seen Tesla’s new Cybertruck. It’s big, it’s shaped like a triangle on wheels and is bullet proof. But as exciting as the unveiling event was, there was something virtually everyone either missed or just basically glazed over and ignored: the new software interface
Fully Self Driving (FSD) cars are coming, there’s no question about that. The thing is, virtually no one seems to grasp just how much of an absolute shitstorm it’s going cause when it all drops. So today let’s look at what it will mean for your average person.
While there’s quite the number of legacy car manufacturers releasing hybrid or fully electric cars these days it’s not too often you see one as well executed as what Volvo’s just done. The new Volvo CX40 Recharge marks the start of their “Recharge” brand roll out which will be for full BEV (and hybrids too) which is sure to take over in the years to come.
Join me as I get out of my usual Tesla mode and take a more in depth look at what a major legacy car maker is up to. To see what they have planned for the future by diving into their past at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
Yes that’s right. Taking delivery of one of the first Tesla Model 3’s in Australia we drove away from our delivery appointment last Thursday in our own Batmobile. After a week of driving, playing, poking and learning I thought I’d give a few quick first impressions.