After it offered the option to track uneven tire wear and warn drivers when tire tread depth gets too low, Tesla went one step further to track tire wear continuously. The new feature has been spotted in the release notes of the 2023.20 update, which is expected to roll out to Tesla vehicles in the coming weeks.
While everyone has been watching the FSD Beta updates for the past year, the regular updates offered to the cars that don't have FSD activated are just as important. Tesla is known for continuously improving user experience with new features added regularly, and that is not set to change. In April, Tesla pushed the 2023.12 update, introducing many new features. The most important were the improved Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) system and the wiper speed adjustment via the left scroll wheel.

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Your Tesla Will Soon Tell You When To Replace Your Tires

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