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Elon Musk Dec 18
Never trust cynics, as they excuse their own bad deeds by telling themselves everyone does it
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Tesla Owners Silicon Valley Dec 18
Replying to @elonmusk
Is there any updates on the mcu upgrade
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Elon Musk Dec 18
Replying to @teslaownersSV
MCU (infotainment computer) upgrade not recommended imo. Isn’t needed for full self-driving & cost is ~$2k for limited entertainment improvements.
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Erik Dec 18
The issue I have is my mcu1/ap2.0 doesn't have YouTube or some of the games. No dashcam/sentry mode. Any updates on that? Also any update on upgrading mcu1/ap2.0 Model S to FSD computer? I paid for FSD 3 years ago and have been told by service FSD isn't possible on my car yet.
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Elon Musk
This is quite a thorny hardware problem, as there are many diff versions of mcu & autopilot computer & supporting hardware. Cars last so much longer than phones! Hopefully able to upgrade mcu1 & ap2.0 in a few months.
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Ed Byard Dec 19
So AP1 is as dead as a Monty Python parrot? Any more updates/improvements impossible or unviable?
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Elon Musk Dec 19
No, as that’s OG Mobileye hardware
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Third Row Podcast Dec 19
Elon, is the new acceleration booster only for dual motor Model 3? Other Model 3? Model S & X? or just DM 3?
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Third Row Podcast Dec 19
also how are the odds looking on an early access release this year? the new faster lane changes and misc progress is amazing either way
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Erik Dec 19
Thanks! I will eagerly await the upgrade. 😁
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Kacey Green Dec 19
Yes, being able to retrofit the tech will save us from throwing away perfectly good cars and extend the value received from these investments. Also would provide more revenue to Tesla if priced right. In 1M miles tech could refresh a few times.
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Steven Peeters Dec 19
Why not upgrade MCU in the process of replacing the FSD computer? Probably much cheaper for Tesla in the long run instead of having to continually develop software for all those different combinations
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David Johnson Dec 19
Software suggestion if I may, Elon. When navigating to a supercharger can we see the live stall availability in the nav directions bar next to the ‘destination’, rather than having to have the sc selected on the map wasting map and route view?
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Kacey Green Dec 19
And for Gen 1 & 2 stations suggest the fastest and slowest bays
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