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Will the Model X stability control package include Roll Stability Control (RSC)?

Will the Model X stability control package include Roll Stability Control (RSC)?

Even though the Model X will probably have the lowest center of gravity of any SUV on the market, most folks associate a higher rollover accident potential with SUV's in general.

In the Model X debut, EM highlighted the inherently superior independent wheel torque control of the Model X over "a dumb mechanical linkage" in your typical AWD vehicle and the resulting superior traction/stability control potential. Wouldn't it make sense to capitalize on this by including RSC in the stability package? Is that already in the plan?

mocabod | 27 août 2019

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Vawlkus | 27 août 2019

I think the Raven’s upgraded air suspension will be better able to adjust on the fly by looking at the road ahead. The hardware is there, but the software hasn’t been rolled out as far as I am aware.

volefen | 27 août 2019

Yes, Tesla changed some settings with their latest updates. This is mostly for the Gen1 portable chargers with the higher 40A charge limit. It might have to do with the battery fires in China... my Model X now defaults to 30A and I need to manually move the charge current up to 40A... funny thing is that my Model 3 defaults to 40A with the same charger!
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Pungoteague_Dave | 27 août 2019

But can you charge at 80A? That's a feature we will miss upgrading out P85D to an X.