Say goodbye to the chill with Tesla's new Climate System warming up. Hey everyone, welcome back to Torque News. Today I am talking about the latest feature from Tesla that eliminates the worst part of cabin heat. So, this is how it happened.
Tesla is known for its innovative technology and their vehicles consistently improve through software updates. In fact, Tesla owners have a unique advantage over some other automotive manufacturers because they can receive improvements that can be downloaded just like a phone update.
In the latest 2023.6.9 software update, Tesla has made several improvements to past features like Apple Music and even added an undocumented change - the appearance of a tire pressure card. But the most exciting feature they added is the "Climate System Warming Up."
This new feature will ensure that the air is heated to the desired temperature before the fan activates and releases it from the vents. This means that drivers will no longer have to suffer through the discomfort of having cold air blow out of the vents when the cabin is already cold.
Instead of guessing when the vehicle is finally warm enough to blow out warmer air, Tesla has now made it easier for drivers to select the temperature they want, and the air will not blow out of the HVAC system until it has reached that temperature. That's a huge convenience feature, and it will save drivers a lot of discomfort during those chilly mornings.
Along with this new feature, Tesla has made various improvements to in-car features over the years to improve the comfort of the driver while the vehicle is in operation. For example, drivers with newer vehicles also have access to heated steering wheels and cabin preconditioning, which allows owners to heat up the vehicle at a specific temperature with the mobile app.
All of these features are a testament to Tesla's commitment to providing their customers with the best possible driving experience. So if you're a Tesla owner, make sure to update your software to take advantage of these new features. And if you're not a Tesla owner yet, well, maybe it's time to consider making the switch.
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