Tesla has planned to expand its TeslaCam dashcam feature with a ‘Sentry Mode’ for 360° surveillance. Sentry Mode can expand on this functionality to incorporate more advanced recording options such as always on option.

Tesla to Roll Out “Tesla Sentry Mode” for all Tesla cars

Yesterday Elon Musk tweeted about an upcoming “Sentry Mode” feature for Model S, Model 3, and Model X vehicles that are equipped with Autopilot 2+ hardware. He tweeted that “Tesla Sentry Mode coming soon for all cars with Enhanced Autopilot” and later on he clarified and said that it’s not linked to the ‘Enhanced Autopilot’ package but to vehicles with the AP 2.0+ hardware. He said that on twitter when customer’s complaint about a large dent found on his Tesla Model 3. The newest feature bodes well for the electric carmaker who’s been rolling out security improvements over the last few months, including an in-car dash cam system and motion-sensing Enhanced Anti-Theft system.

Tesla’s Enhance Summon feature

Another news is about Tesla’s Enhance Summon feature. Elon Musk said that Tesla’s update for its Summon feature has been approved by regulators. He noted that Advanced Summon contains a set of new features and capabilities that allow drivers to operate their vehicle through the Tesla mobile app. This is a slightly smarter version of Summon that will allow Tesla car to be able to drive around a parking lot, find an empty spot, read signs to confirm it’s valid & park.

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