Tesla chill mode




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  • Moving away from the ever-increasing acceleration boosts, Tesla has just released an over-the-air update for its electric vehicles. Earlier this year, Motor Trend tested a Tesla Model S PD and hit 60 miles per hour in just seconds. Chill Mode is not the only new.

    Just picked up my car from service and it has version software - enjoying my new chill mode!.

    Tesla appropriately called the new feature “Chill: a new acceleration”. It's a significant change from the automaker's previous modes called.

    Tesla chill mode

    Tesla chill mode

    I think I saw the chill mode in the settings after I picked up the car from the SC where they installed. I have a P85D and haven't gotten anything yet. Informative x 5 Helpful x 4 Like x 1. Yeah, it should probably automatically adjust to the user config of whoever is closest to a given door when the handle is touched. I guess it would also be useful for people that are obsessed with maximum efficiency.

    Tesla chill mode

    Tesla chill mode

    Tesla chill mode

    Tesla chill mode

    Tesla chill mode

    Chill mode! | Tesla Motors Club

    What is "chill" mode? I've seen comments referring to chill as a way to smooth out the ride. What is it and where do I find it? It comes with the latest FW update. It increases the time to get from to somewhere in the 7 second range. You can now choose between two acceleration options in your vehicle: Chill makes acceleration more gradual — ideal for smoother driving and a gentler ride for your passengers. While the instant torque is arguably one of the best parts of driving electric, not everyone gets used to it.

    Therefore, it might prove useful to some. If your passengers are throwing up when you accelerate, ummmmmm ohh I don't know, don't press the accelerator so quick I do remember reading a thread recently from someone who said he was disabled and has a spastic driving foot. He was asking for a feature like this.

    Tesla chill mode

    I think this was on the Model X forum. Here is the thread: I keep it on Ludicrous. But, Chill is much better for my wife. It makes the car drive much more passenger-friendly given the amount of torque that the car has. I've found myself turning it on for commutes with the wife. P85D here too and still haven't seen it. But living in Canada that doesn't surprise me.

    I think I saw the chill mode in the settings after I picked up the car from the SC where they installed. I haven't enabled it. P85D and just got it. Still keepin it ludicrous. My initial reaction was "Why would anyone want to reduce performance, especially when getting out of the way of an impending collision?

    Tesla chill mode

    I notice very little difference in acceleration and the ride is smoother. Good gosh, I tried it once and it reminded me of my Ford Pinto from back in the day. So now, if I have delicate passengers, I just use a delicate touch on the pedal. Also, I avoid delicate passengers. The Pinto and Pacer were classics. The Pacer was like sitting in a fish bowl. Don't see either of them very often these days. Maybe at the odd car show here and there.

    Ah the good old days. When I took my daughter to get her first car, she knew exactly what she wanted. By the end of the day, we had gone to more different dealerships to try cars of more brands than I can remember and ended up with something different.

    I think a chill mode might have gotten a sale the first time around. For shopping and cruising around town it is ideal, and I can still out gun any car at a traffic light. ST70, Its all about resisting the temptation of high performance for the comfort of your passengers. Governing Feet is not an issue for me. I might use that for an excuse if I get pulled over for speeding ST My foot governor failed. Submitted by richardmaui on November 15, Bighorn November 15, Not all cars have the option.

    Tesla chill mode

    NZJulia November 15, Far smoother for passengers. And it's still fast! It is like a chauffeur mode. Rowlie November 16, Does the update go to all cars? I have a P85D and haven't gotten anything yet. Pricee2 November 16, Has anyone tested "chill" to see if it gets more MPE per kWh? Ohmster November 16, Bighorn November 16, Polybius December 15, Not that I would use it. PatientFool December 15, StatsApp December 15, Funny as you know what.

    Kenz December 17, Kenz - Valet already limits top speed and reduces acceleration - sort of like Chill max! PagemakersS75 December 19, Chill mode is now tied to a profile. Haggy December 19, ST70 December 20, Back to Tesla Model S. User login Create new account Request new password.

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