Submitted by Efleck on Wed, 2019-05-08 07:49
I have had my MX (100D with FSD) for six weeks now. Love the vehicle. However, I have one complaint about my MX—maneuvering near curbs. In my previous Audi A6 and my wife’s BMW 428 the camera systems create an accurate image of where curbs (and other obstructions) are located 360 degrees around the cars. Both of these cars are so easy to fit into very tight spaces or maneuver out of crowded parking lots. However, the MX only provides good views in the rear camera. Has MX drivers developed any techniques to allow them to estimate accurately where curbs are? With all the sensors that are already available on the current Teslas, why hasn’t the automaker provided some of the visual aids that are available on many other premium vehicles?
Another issue: is there a search function on this forum to determine whether other have asked a similar question?