2022.20 Tesla Update Tidbits: Green Light Chime for Model 3/Y; Battery Life at Destination is Back

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On late Friday, Tesla started rolling out its 2022.20 software update, bringing yet new features for its vehicles.

The new features include Green Traffic Light Chime, Seat Belt System Enhancement and Tesla Adaptive Suspension for Model S and Model X owners.

But we now have confirmation the Green Traffic Light Chime is also going to be available for Model 3 and Model Y as well. Previously, this feature was only available for those that paid for Full Self-Driving and Enhanced Autopilot, but will soon be free for all Tesla vehicles.

According to @Tesla_Adri, we can see Tesla’s 2022.20 software update also brings the Seat Belt System Enhancement and Green Traffic Light Chime to the Model 3 and Model Y. Also new to these vehicles will be Tire Configuration updates, allowing owners to “reset the learned tire settings directly after a tire rotation, swap or replacement to improve your driving experience.”

You can reset your Tire Configuration by going to Controls > Service > Wheel & Tire Configuration > Tires. 

Normally, this process happens automatically with the car’s Bluetooth tire pressure monitoring sensors but now you can trigger a reset in settings.

Green light chime model 3

Also back is the battery state of charge at your destination, shown in Tesla’s navigation screen. Previously this battery percentage disappeared and was hidden inside the navigation, but now you can see the estimated percentage right within the navigation, which is more handy and helpful.

State of charge arrival

The 2022.20 Tesla software update should be rolling out to more customers over the coming days—let us know if you received it in the comments.

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