Apart from starting orders for the $35,000 Model 3, Tesla also made sweeping modifications to how it trades cars that will close down many of its stores. But, it also declared that it was operating on solving one of the issues that many users face: the service center. Tesla claimed about the Standard Range Model 3 that, “we will be elevating our spending in the service system of the firm, with the objective of same-day service and with most service conducted by us. In addition to this, we assure service accessibility anyplace in any nation in which we work.”
To that point, the firm upgraded its Tesla app that displays the status of a car under service. It comprises estimated completion times and alerts when a vehicle is ready to be picked up. Same-hour and same-day service is hard for any service hub. But when users can swiftly see how long it will take for their vehicle to be serviced the staff will invest less hours on the phone and more time essentially servicing the vehicle. For the users, this might at least assist them plan their life forward.
On a related note, Tesla earlier launched out an upgrade for its mobile application that can guarantee you are sliding into a toasty and warm car in this wintry season. You can now employ the app to distantly activate heated seats of your electric vehicle—you just require tapping on that fraction of the car’s virtual model inside the app.
If your car is equipped with a heated steering wheel, you can employ the app to activate it distantly, as well. It seems like you can even select how hot you wish the seats to be. In addition to the remote heating function, Tesla has also launched out a new alternative that permits you to plan a service appointment from inside the app.