I get a "Low Tire Pressure" alert. Says right rear tire is low. No display of each tires pressure as you see from the first pics. I tap the alert. Still no display of the tires' pressure. Off to truck stop for air.
What an adventure. Car in park, next to air pump, put some air in tire. Has alert gone. It did. Great. Jump in and...tire pressure alert appears. Argh...OK...get out...put in more air. Check it, looks to be 56, over inflated but Tesla still giving error. You only see that when you get back into car and then it displays the tires again and...still low. But wait...now it is showing each tire...well...reads nothing on other three but does show "Low Tire Pressure Alert" for right rear and the pressure is....56 psi. What? That's over inflated not under inflated.
So I do it strictly by the hand gauge. Get in and drive away and then the display changes again. Showing all the tires at 41 psi with no alarms except for the 52 psi right rear. Argh! Could use some intelligent design there Tesla. Show all tires pressure when giving warning. Keep warning up if car in Park so driver can fix per the car's readings. Allow driver to set what is "correct" pressure.
I plan to under inflate, 38 psi, the Xice3 245/40/R18's when I put snows on in December looking for rim protection and better wet traction for winter. Hopefully I can reset to 38 so it is not constantly alarming.