Depends?Of all the leaks no one has confirmed fart mode will be in the car
If there is any feature we can be sure of, it's the toy box/games. So fart mode, the horn replacement etc. will absolutely be there. It's part of Tesla's DNA.No way. I can’t wait to drop my daughter off. I have already told her as soon as she opens the door to get out I’m going to use “fart mode” to announce her arrival
Of all the leaks no one has confirmed fart mode will be in the car
'Tis sad 'tis true, 'tis true 'tis sad.Sweet! Once you're old and have kids, school drop-off is the biggest factor in determining social hierarchy. The vehicle you drive is the equivalent of who you took to prom. CT is clearly the homecoming queen.
...and parents wonder why their teenagers don't talk to them lol.I can confirm I have embarrassed my 12 year old daughter multiple times with fart mode while dropping her off. Also various other horns.
So far she isn't rejecting me too much, although I keep telling her I'm anticipating it. I seem to have some kind of pathological need to embarrass my children....and parents wonder why their teenagers don't talk to them lol.
Don't worry, by late high school and college, they come back.
I still remember vividly when I picked up my daughter (9th grade at the time) in my new Tesla Model 3. Back in 2018 they were not common in Colorado. She was so excited. Now I'm looking forward to road trip with her back home on college summer break in the Cybertruck.
It was his vehicle. Just focusing on controlling it with Smart Summon.The tragedy of beauty going unnoticed.
You have to drop your kids to school lest the bad man on the news gets them.It was his vehicle. Just focusing on controlling it with Smart Summon.
School runs btw are one of those things you see in all American TV series, but is actually quite alien a concept for us. Round here it's basically "Walk/cycle your own way to school!" or "Take the bus!" "What do you mean it's -20C? Well, put a hat on then".
You do know the odds of something bad happening to them is less today than any time in the last eighty years, right?You have to drop your kids to school lest the bad man on the news gets them.
Believe me, I think about it every morning when I'm up at the crack of dawn to get them to school.
I caught a bus from a very young age, my mother walked me to the bus stop a few times and then I was expected to do it myself. Then later I rode my bike. My kids though? Nope.