is the most unintentionally funny man!
I'm on STRIKE!
Those demanding a 3rd pedal are clutching at straws. Probably not smart enough to cope with changing gears from 1st to 1st on their own, anyway.
I can live with that, 2 pedals is not too bad. But no chrome pipes is a dealbreaker. What kind of body is that?
BYT, please get back on topic. This is about body, not the other HTML tags.
@tharasix, compute translation error, please check syntax and try the post again? :) Please? :D
Cup holders are still an issue.
If we inverted them and add a clapper, we could have...
If this were a more advanced car it would have one pedal. Take the Mac mouse as an example. It does just fine without two buttons and is less than double the price of a two button Windows mouse. If god meant you to have two mouse buttons, you'd have two index fingers.
I have to draw the line here. Without the left click it just doesn't work! Excel with just two buttons? Absurd!
Ummm... Most of us do have two index fingers...
Are you implying that those without two index fingers are less worthy?
The tone of this forum continues to deteriorate...
Sounds like we might have the same configuration!
My mouse has 5. Left, right, wheel button (depress scroll wheel), left side, right side. Set up as left-click, right-click, copy, page back, and double-click -- respectively. Very handy. There will be a test.
If this car were really advanced, it would just jack into my brain, and there wouldn't be any clunky pedals or steering wheel. Further, that would really open up the cabin, which seems a little cluttered to me. 2 buttons? Really? Seems excessive.
This lack of a direct brain-to-car interface could be a deal-breaker for me.
Is the mouse covered in the warrantee? If I don't pay the $600 can I still get a replacement? I like the look of the 19" mouse best, although it doesn't come in gray. Bummer.
Somewhere there's a marketing guy at Tesla looking at this thread and saying, "Yes, good. We have the market for smartass car enthusiasts cornered."
@tharasix you made me spit my drink out I laughed so hard at you post.
tharasix, NOTHING can interface with your brain.
Let's keep this thread civilized, please
(or a reasonable facimile thereof...)
Bah. Civilization is highly overrated. Those appealing for it to prevail are usually PC-Gestapo. Vive la liberté!
I bet Christopher Walken has a (chrome)Cowbell with three pedals, 19" wheels, two buttons and a direct-to-brain interface.........but I wouldn't want one if it cost $600.........that would be a deal breaker for me
Good point about the brain-to-car interface, that's a huge oversight. Come on Tesla, I've seen The Matrix, I know the technology is available. And that movie came out a long time ago, sheesh.
If/when they add it in a future software update, I think they should upload Kung Fu to everyone who's already gotten their car or signed their contract. It's only fair.
The problem is most brains aren't sufficiently buffered to prevent erratic car responses. The S would respond too fast to irrational impulses ...
I think the better strategy is to let the car drive itself and let your brain do something else...just judging from this thread ;)
I think anyone from Telsa that reads this should be thinking, "we have to get them their cars soon, they are starting to lose it."
@tharasix - HAHAHA! +1
Fast irrational impulses? What does that have to do with Tesla?
Wait, I take that back. Where is the edit button?
Someone lost their Model S?
As I reach for the charge cord more frequently for my cell phone every passing day I worry about the implications for my future Model S. I know the battery...
On a recent test drive, I noticed that the regenerative "braking" causes a pretty dramatic deceleration in normal mode.
I am concerned that the brake...
X Deutschland Site Besuchen