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- Elon Musk was asked on Twitter whether he would consider installing a “drive-thru” mode on the Tesla to stop it from beeping consistently during takeout orders – and he said he would “look into it.”
- “Can we get a drive thru mode please? It beeps like crazy every time I’m trying to get my chicken sandwhich (; thank you!” wrote a Tesla owner on Twitter.
- Musk has previously used Twitter to ask for suggestions from people on featured for Tesla cars.
- Tesla will unveil a new “Cybertruck” model this month on November 21 in Los Angeles.
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Elon Musk said he would look into launching a “drive-thru mode” on Teslas after a customer complained on Twitter that the car “beeped like crazy” every time she went to make her order.
A customer reached out to Musk on Twitter on Wednesday to raise her concerns about the over-sensitivity of parking sensors on her Tesla car while driving it through a drive-thru.
“Can we get a drive thru mode please? It beeps like crazy every time I’m trying to get my chicken sandwich (; thank you!” she wrote.
Musk responded to her query with an affirmative: “Looking into it.”
Looking into it
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2019
Musk has previously used Twitter to ask customers about features they would like to see in new Tesla models.
What would you love to see in a Tesla pickup truck? I have a few things in mind, but what do you think are small, but important nuances & what would be seriously next level?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 26, 2018
He announced on Tuesday that Tesla will unveil a new “Cybertruck” model this month on November 21 in Los Angeles.
Last year he listed some features of the new vehicle including automatic parallel parking, 360-degree cameras and sonar.
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