Tesla ‘Dog Mode’ to arrive any moment now

Gladys Abbott
February 13, 2019

In a recent tweet, Musk said that both a Sentry Mode and a Dog Mode are being released to his company's vehicles sometime this week.

According to Roadandtrack's report, the Tesla Model Y will share most of its parts with the Tesla Model 3 sedan.

Vandals or thieves will be discouraged from applying their tactics on Tesla Model cars, the ones that do qualify to receive the update. Tesla has reached the cap of the federal EV incentive, which runs out once a company sells more than 200,000 electric cars cumulatively in the States.

Tesla's plan with the Model Y is to be the best-selling SUV in the markets the company is popular in, particularly America and China.

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"Given the need for revenue to cover costs and generate cash, the financial community should be focused on the level of demand for Tesla vehicles - in particular the Model 3", wrote Barclays analyst Brian Johnson in January. The company said that they will focus on the demand for the cars this year.

Musk's stay in Norway was part of a broader trip through Europe that the CEO advertised on Twitter on February 9 as the company is deploying its new Model 3 on the continent after a tumultuous year in 2018. "Because if we don't get these cars delivered, you don't have a job tomorrow, '" the former employee said. Elon Musk, proving again his charm and charisma, answered this person via another tweet mentioning that next week the new modes will be available for the cars. Even with two price cuts this year, the lowest price tag on a Model 3 is now $42,900.

Yet the most shorted company in the history of the USA market somehow managed to turn things around and ramp up the Model 3 production quickly enough to report a profit for the third quarter of 2018. He is also going to review the service in Norway since there has been some frustration because of delayed Tesla Model 3 orders.

One of the sources said that could recharge U.S. demand: "If there was a Model 3 for $35,000 that was still a really good vehicle, that blows away the competition, I could see demand going through the roof".

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