I remember kind of laughing when this feature was originally released, indicating it would protect you in the event of fallout from a nuclear bomb.
My Raven MS is the first Tesla I've driven that "I think" has it.
If it does, then believe me, I'm certainly not jumping into my car in the event of a nuclear bomb.
I live in very close proximity to the fire this weekend in So Cal. It was so bad that just the smell of smoke woke me up at 2:45 AM on Friday. Scared the crap out of me as I thought my house was on fire. Went looking all around, then went outside and saw a blood red moon through the smoke and realized there was a fire nearby.
Anyway, that was the morning I was leaving for my road trip. Thanks to all the freeways being closed down, had to drive 40 miles out of the way to go around the closures. Didn't give it much thought, but could certainly smell the smoke in the car driving through the area.
Came back two days later and soon as I got to the area, smelled the smoke residue just driving through the area, which this time surprised me as I realized that I'm supposed to have this filter that keeps all the bad stuff out of the car.
Maybe I just don't understand what it is? But from the sound of the descriptions of the feature, seems like it should have kept this smell out of the car??
Am I missing something? Or is it no longer an option Tesla does? I assumed it was part of the car since we no longer have the choice of options when ordering a car. Maybe that's why?
Just curious? If anyone knows.