A few weeks ago, Elon Musk was annoyed that the company was working on a new feature called Sentry Mode. As the name implies, the feature allows users to record 360-degree video of their car when an alarm is triggered or a serious incident is detected. The feature should make it easier for Tesla owners to aggregate information and potentially identify culprits in scenarios where a car is damaged, damaged or damaged.
Last we heard, Musk said the feature would be coming soon, which was the case in Tesla -speak does not give much hope. Not to be feared, Musk has posted on Twitter today, revealing that Sentry mode will be available next week.
Musk's tweet is shown below.
If you're wondering what Dog Mode is, of course, this one is Function essentially a way for Tesla owners to alert worried passers-by that a dog has stayed in a Tesla vehicle makes one-ok While the final implementation is yet to be seen, Musk on Twitter last October affirmed the following suggestion confirmed:
Can you put a dog mode on the Tesla Model 3? There the music is playing and the AC is standing on the screen. "I'm fine that my owner is back soon"?
Musk said ahead of Sentry mode, the feature will be available for all Tesla vehicles that have the company's Autopilot 2 hardware.