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With this Early Access release, we are introducing some of the new features which will be available in Version 10.0.
Please remember that you have agreed to keep the details of this release confidential and not utilize the information you gain from the program in any way other than to provide us feedback. Thanks again for participating. We look forward to your feedback!
Cuphead is a classic run and gun action game inspired by cartoons of the 1930s and heavily focused on boss battles. For the Tesla Edition of Cuphead, enjoy the game’s full first Isle as you play as Cuphead or Mugman (in single player or local co-op). Traverse strange worlds, acquire new weapons, learn powerful super moves, and discover hidden secrets while you try to pay your debt back to The Devil!
As with all Tesla Arcade games, your car must be in PARK to play. To access Cuphead, tap the Application Launcher, tap Entertainment icon > Tesla Arcade, then select it from the menu. Note: A USB game controller is required to play Cuphead. Game controller behavior may vary depending on make and model.
Enhanced Summon is designed to allow your car to drive to you (using your phone's GPS as a target destination) or a location of your choosing, maneuvering around and stopping for objects as necessary. Enhanced Summon works in conjunction with your Tesla mobile app, so your phone must be within approximately 65 meters (213 feet) of your car.
To access the feature in your Tesla mobile app, tap Summon then tap the Enhanced Summon icon. To activate Enhanced Summon, press and hold the COME TO ME button. Alternatively, tap the target icon, set the target destination of your choice by adjusting the map, and then press and hold the GO TO TARGET button. You can stop your car from driving at any time by releasing the button.
To reduce the time it takes for Enhanced Summon to warm up, you can keep your car ready by enabling Summon Standby Mode by going to Controls > Autopilot > Standby Mode. If selected ON, you can exclude Home, Work and/or your Favorite places by selecting the checkboxes. If a location is selected, Standby Mode will be disabled when your car is parked near those locations.
Additionally, Enhanced Summon also integrates with HomeLink and can, for example, open your garage door and drive your car out of your garage at the press of a button. Like Summon, Enhanced Summon is only intended for use in private parking lots and driveways. You are still responsible for your car and must monitor it and its surroundings at all times within your line of sight.
Note: To use Enhanced Summon, download the latest version of the Tesla mobile app (3.9.1 or later), enable GPS on your phone, and ensure you have cell service. Enhanced Summon will stop driving if cellular service or connectivity is lost. Enhanced Summon may require additional camera calibration.
Tesla Theater lets you watch movies and videos when your car is in PARK and connected to Wi-Fi. To launch the Tesla Theater, tap the new Entertainment icon in the Application Launcher and select the Theater tab. Note: Throughout the duration of the Early Access program you can also stream videos over cell.
Sing karaoke to your favorite songs and artists in your Tesla. You can select Caraoke from the Media menu. Tap the microphone icon to adjust whether the vocal track plays while you sign along. Note: Displaying the karaoke lyrics requires the car to be in PARK.
You can now listen to your favorite podcasts and other audio content via Ximalaya. You can select Ximalaya from the Media menu.
The driving visualization has been improved to display additional types of objects and lane lines around your car in more environments.
Additionally, you can drag and pinch the driving visualization to temporarily adjust view angle and zoom. After a short period of inactivity, the visualization will return back to the default position.
The Automatic Lane Change visualization has been improved to highlight where in the adjacent lane your car is planning to move to. When Automatic Lane Change is initiated, the adjacent lane is highlighted blue and the target car destination is outlined in white.
Feeling lucky or feeling hungry? Go on a surprise adventure to a nearby attraction by tapping Navigate > Lucky or get directions to a local restaurant chosen by your Tesla by tapping Navigate > Hungry. We have also updated the place popup to include easy access to an associated website if one exists.
We have improved maps to make it easier to find and navigate to where you want to go. When searching for a destination, the autocomplete search now includes the distance to each suggested place. Also, you can now directly tap the labels on the map to quickly view the associated place details and navigate to that destination.
Sentry Mode video clips are now saved in a separate folder on your USB drive to make them easier to review and manage. Also, the oldest Sentry Mode video clips will now be automatically deleted if there is not enough space on the USB drive and Sentry Mode clips are using more than 5GB of space.
Enabling Joe Mode reduces the volume of your car's chimes. The quieter chimes continue to alert the driver effectively and minimize disruption to passengers (e.g. Joe's kids). To enable Joe Mode, tap Controls > Safety & Security > Joe Mode.
The software update experience now has more style and grace. You will now know which software update version is being downloaded and to be installed. Also, once the software update has been initiated, you can view the install progress when the touchscreen is on.
The Application Launcher has been reordered to make it easier to launch the Phone App. We have also replaced the Tesla Arcade with Tesla Entertainment.