#Tesla #Vision #ParkAssist
In this YouTube video, we explore the new Tesla Vision park assist feature for Tesla Model 3 and Model Y in the UK. Since December 2022, these models have not been equipped with parking sensors, leaving owners to rely solely on cameras for parking assistance. However, with the recent Tesla Vision software update, owners can now expect visual and audio guidance while parking.
We put Tesla Vision to the test in various scenarios, including perpendicular and parallel parking, maneuvering around objects like people, bins, fence posts, charging posts, and tree stumps. While the software update shows promise, it’s important to remember that it may not be entirely reliable, and it’s advisable to use cameras and mirrors as well.
It’s worth questioning why Tesla stopped fitting parking sensors before ensuring the effectiveness and reliability of the Tesla Vision software. There have already been reports of damaged Teslas without parking sensors, and it remains to be seen if this update will significantly improve the parking experience. Your thoughts and experiences are welcomed in the comments.
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Hello everyone! Welcome to rsev. In this video, we’ll explore the Tesla Vision park assist feature and finally get to try it out. If you’ve purchased a Model 3 or Model Y in the UK since December 2022, you’ll know that these cars lack parking sensors. However, the recently rolled-out Tesla Vision software aims to compensate for the absence of physical sensors by utilizing the vehicle’s cameras.
This video serves as a test to see how well the Tesla Vision park assist performs and assess its accuracy in different scenarios. We’ll primarily focus on parallel and perpendicular parking, as well as maneuvering around various objects like people, bins, fence posts, charging posts, and tree stumps.
It’s important to note that while Tesla continuously improves its software through over-the-air updates, the current version might not be flawless. Therefore, it’s advisable to use your cameras and mirrors in addition to relying on Tesla Vision.
We can’t help but question why Tesla discontinued fitting parking sensors without ensuring the functionality, reliability, and effectiveness of the Tesla Vision software. Many Teslas have already suffered damages due to the lack of parking sensors, and it remains to be seen if this software update will sufficiently address the issue.
We look forward to testing Tesla Vision further as more updates roll out, and we hope that it will eventually provide reliable and accurate parking assistance. Thank you for watching!
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Tesla Model 3 and Y in the UK since Dec 2022 have not been fitted with parking sensors at all. Aside from the cameras there has been nothing to help with parking like the now standard parking sensors any premium car would have. So even a brand new dec 2022 Model Y Performance costing £70k had NO parking sensors!
But at last the long-awaiting Tesla Vision software update has landed so owners should now get a visual and audio guide to how close they are getting to other vehicles around them.
Over the air software updates are an amazing thing that Tesla has been doing for years. We will no doubt see many updates in due course.
But how is it now?
Can you rely on it?
Does it really work using the cameras alone?
Well in this video we put it to the test in a number of different scenarios. Usual perpendicular and parallel parking, maneuvering around object like people, bins, fence posts, charging posts, tree stumps…
Don’t trust it is probably the best advice. use your cameras and mirrors! It’s not brilliant!
I just don’t know why they stopped fitting sensors before this was working, proven, tried and tested reliable software. There have already been many a damaged Tesla without parking sensors and I don’t think this will help much. It’s not really acceptable, is it?
Let me know your thoughts.
I look forward to testing once more updates have landed and hopefully it will work well, at some point…
Thanks for watching!
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