Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Finance | By Loren Pratt

Tesla owners to soon get a Dog Mode

Tesla owners to soon get a Dog Mode

Tesla delivered fewer-than-expected Model 3 sedans in the fourth quarter.

Musk didn't say in his tweet exactly when the new Sentry Mode and Dog Mode would be available.

Tesla is to roll out Dog Mode this week.

According to an article published by CNET, the official Twitter account of Tesla Owners Silicon Valley tweeted Elon Musk about some updates on the "Sentry Mode".

A new software update (Version 9 2019.4) is on the near horizon that adds a constant Blind Spot Warning Chime (currently Teslas only chime during a lane change) and Auto-Folding Mirrors Based on Location feature that integrates with HomeLink and Global Positioning System, however, it's unclear if Dog Mode and Sentry Mode are included in this update.


What does the Dog Mode consist of?

While Tesla is a brand of luxury electric cars, the Model Y has been confirmed to have a lower price than the company's other offerings. As of now, Elon Musk's SpaceX is wrestling with a possible schedule battle between their two upcoming spaceflights, which want to occur quickly or they'll lose their probability at launch this year. Elon Musk received a tweet from a person who mentions their pet's need for the vehicle to maintain a comfortable temperature.

The mode will also include a message on the car's display screen saying "I'm fine my owner will be right back". This idea has also been mentioned on Twitter and details are about to come about this mode. Elon Musk, proving again his charm and charisma, answered this person via another tweet mentioning that next week the new modes will be available for the cars.

Sentry Mode is created to detect and record a robbery or damage to a vehicle, using Tesla's Autopilot camera system. In addition to that, All the surrounsing cameras are likely to be utilez by Tesla in order to make sure that the Tesla Model S is properly protected from vandalism and theft. Elon Musk received a tweet from a person who mention their pet's need for the vehicle to maintain a comfortable temperature.

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