Tesla, incorporated, an American company which specializes in electric vehicles, solar panel manufacturing and energy storage based in Palo Alto, California. Tesla has really been accelerating research into sustainable energy, offering the safest, quickest electro-motive cars on the road and energy solutions too.
Tesla autopilot on model 3 update puts distance and speed controls at the fingertips of the human behind the wheel. With sizable change to its user panel, Tesla solved one of the model 3’s biggest problems which made the company to announce using autopilot on model 3 steering wheel and other key functions.
The functions however is actuated by pressing buttons on a center display. The new updates put the drives ability to adjust cruise speed and follow distance at their steering wheel for early access. Tesla claims that the controls are simple to use when you’re not looking at them.
The company says that these buttons can be registered as voice commands through the touch display. Here are the full notes from the release from Tesla regarding the autopilot and controls.
“Model 3: steering wheel button updates for your convinces, we’re updated the functions of the scroll buttons on the steering wheel the right scroll button now lets you quickly adjust traffic – aware cruise control settings to increase or decrease the set cruising speed, roll the right button up or down. To adjust the follow distance between you and the vehicle ahead, press the right button to the left or right. You can still adjust these settings from the touch screen and press down on the button to activate voice commands. The left scroll button now let’s you adjust your model 3 side mirrors and steering wheel. Start by tapping the controls icon in the button left corner of the touch screen and then tap quick controls adjustments“
To adjust the steering wheel, tap steering wheel and scroll the left button up or down or press it left or right.
Since following the recent Uber accident, there might be a greater focus on redirecting human attention away from attractive dashboard consoles and back on the road.