This is regarding my 2018 Model 3, with 4,000 miles, recent HW upgrade:
I was in my apartment and my phone notified my my Model 3 alarm went off. So I went downstairs to check on it, and it was fine; however I could not get into the car. Both bluetooth and keycard failed to allow me in the vehicle. So, I decided to walk around to the other side of the car, and both passenger doors worked.
Once I got in the car, I scooted over to the driver seat. I noticed the driver door was non-functional (both door opening and window controls). I could not roll down the passenger window from the driver side panel, but I could from the passenger panel.
The cars computer was functioning but presented 3 or 4 error messages including "acceleration and top speed reduced", and "Steering assist reduced". All kinds of other warning indicators were present.
The car would not operate (shifting into drive was not possible). Attempts to reset it via pressing in both scroll wheels for 10-20 sec did not work. In fact the scroll wheels were totally non-functional as they did not adjust volume.
The AC was not functioning and the lights in both the mirrors and the roof of the car would not turn on.
I called service and after a 1-hr wait, they came and did factory reboot, tried jumping it, and then ended up towing it to the service center.
Just want to know if anyone can give me any insight here. Haven't heard back from service yet, they got the car around closing time.