The Model X of Tesla`s is a marvel in engineering and its likely to be one of those vehicles we will ever see of its kind in the coming future. There are many videos demonstrating that the Falcon wing doors are in action, but from a new video from the Tesla youtube channel that reveals the unseen tricks and tips used by Tesla service center and technicians that Model X owners may have to adopt by themselves over the time.
Adapter door storage being charged by Tesla
Customized in the drivers door rear view is a space that can be used to secure a Tesla charging adapter, it does clatter around while you drive the vehicle. Inserting the adapter vertically and pushing it all the way to the rear snap into the place.
“Dead Zone” Key Fob.
If anyone need to leave the key Fob in the car without even care about the vehicle being unlocked and may be stolen, next to the left rear wheel well place it on the floor of the cargo area which is known as “Dead Zone” on which the key fob cannot detect the signal. To whom you give the permission to unlock the car and retrieving the fob using Tesla`s Smartphone app. The trick mainly used by the Tesla company as they leave the car when they are done servicing them with the feature of key fob inside. The owners then picks their vehicles whenever it is easy for them to use the app from their smartphones, even the service center is off duty.
Using the Dead battery key to unlock Tesla
The battery installed in the key fob is dead and your car is being locked and you may not have any access to Tesla`s mobile app, placing the key fob into the Slot on the front windshield bottom right corner. It will be read by the car and this will allow you to open the doors of the vehicle, when you are inside the car put the key fob on the passenger side front cup folder in order to start the car.
Human being detected through autopilot
Uncovering the Tesla`s newest version of autopilot 8.0, youtube decided to evaluate the automatic emergency brake capability of the vehicle by using a human being in the path of a moving Model S. he researched that the autopilot will showcase a human icon been highlighted in a bright red alert to the driver in being danger that is ahead of him.
On hill hold engaging autopilot
When the vehicle is in the hill hold mode autopilot is being engaged. Pressing the brakes hard enough until the hill hold appears on the panel. While releasing the pedal indicators are on for autopilot appearing and activating, where the car is in complete stoppage. 18 miles per hour is the minimum speed of autopilot per hour and the highest is 88 miles per hour.
There are many other Tidbits being mentioned in several videos that is not highlighted here, but like Tesla Model X video is worthy to be watched upon.