According to a recent tweet from Tesla enthusiast and sleuth @tesla_adri, ‘Track Mode’ will make its way to the Model S Refresh (2021+) in software version 2021.44.30, which is presumably going to be the next firmware update Tesla releases following the 2021 Holiday Update, which started rolling out last week.
Track Mode for Model S Palladium coming with Software Version 2021.44.30.
References can be found in the updated manual for 2021.44.25.2 via the search. The actual information is still hidden. pic.twitter.com/l5oxaAvBVj
— Tesla_Adri (@tesla_adri) December 31, 2021
References to Track Mode for the “Palladium” (Tesla’s code-name for the Refresh project) Model S can be found in the online Model S Owner’s Manual, which was recently updated to software version 2021.44.25.2.
Track Mode is a feature that gives Tesla owners more precise, granular control over how their car behaves so they can get the best performance out of it on the track.
On the Model S Refresh, Track Mode will let drivers customize the all-electric car’s handling by fine-tuning motor balance, stability assist, regenerative braking, and other elements that factor into performance.
According to the Model S Owner’s Manual, Track Mode will also automatically optimize Adaptive Suspension Damping settings for maximum track performance when engaged.
Track Mode for the Model S Refresh has been a long time coming, even though the electric sedan only started delivering in Canada this September. The feature was originally hinted at in Tesla’s online parts catalog back in July.
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