Submitted by GeekGirls on Wed, 2012-12-26 19:42
I've been watching videos, scanning the forum, and reading through the owner's manual during the holiday week in preparation for the arrival of our Model S. There are places where it seems like the manual could be clearer, and I thought I'd turn my obsession into an opportunity to provide Tesla with feedback where others can chime in.
I'll start off with...
In the Model S Software 4.0 Owner's Manual on page 14 it states that the active air suspension "also lowers to load and unload passengers, provided all doors are closed." Doesn't having all the doors closed make it hard to load and unload passengers? Clearly this phrase is intended to mean something, perhaps that the vehicle will lower when stopped to make it easier to get in or out, but that opening a door before it finished interrupts the process. Or something. I'd be curious about what it's actually intended to convey.