2013 Tesla Model S Long-Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Tesla

image2013 Tesla Model S Long-Term Road Test

Brake light actuation of the long-term 2013 Tesla Model S.

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  • hybrishybris Member Posts: 365
    When did you guys get this bit of automotive vaporware?
  • schen72schen72 Member Posts: 433
    It's not vaporware if it actually exists and can be bought.
  • xianshepxianshep Member Posts: 5
    YOU'RE foot??!?

    Surely you mean, "you're A foot"?

    ;-)
  • mtakahashi_mtakahashi_ Member Posts: 12
    Ugh...one of my all time pet peeves: misuse of your and you're. And I'm the perpetrator. I wish I could claim English as a second language, but it's not.
  • zhangrenhouzhangrenhou Member Posts: 79
    Is there a way to adjust the degree of deceleration, using the fancy touch screen? Surely, there must be.
  • mfennellmfennell Member Posts: 91
    There are two setting. Standard (described in article) and Low, which seems to mean about as much decel as an automatic transmission - very little.
  • evjuiceevjuice Member Posts: 0
    The Roadster regen is even stronger.

    Both Teslas use an accelerometer to activate brake lights.
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