Just wondering if Model X key will be a mini x or look like S?
Perhaps anyone attended the event might have seen or taken a picture of it?
I'd be more interested to know if there is an affordance for opening the falcon wing doors, individually or as a pair. Given the cycle time, it would be convenient.
Each operates independently but can operate simultaneously.
@mark35, my comment was in the context of the remote control.
Was your comment in the context of the remote control, or were you referring to a control in the car?
I don't know what the remote will let you do. I was referring to the doors themselves, having seen them open/close independently.
Do high end SUVs and minivans have remotes that activate 2nd row swinging/sliding doors? If so, then Tesla probably doors too?
Mini vans have remotes that individually open each sliding door I believe. Don't own one so maybe someone with a minivan can chime in.
My son has a Honda Odyssey and the remote definitely has buttons to open and close each sliding door as well s the rear hatch.
First of all it's a fob. No ignition means no key needed. ;-)
From this article...
It's odd that in the photoset with that article, the tire shown is on a 21" rim. 285/35ZR21.
If you are referring to the picture of the black rims they are custom wheels only on Elon's car.
Likely custom powder coated Model S turbines.