Tesla to release ‘Sentry Mode’ next week as break-ins continue
Feb. 7th 2019 Fred Lambert
Elon Musk @elonmusk
Sentry Mode (and Dog Mode) roll out next week
2:26 AM - Feb 7, 2019
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that they are now aiming to release “Sentry Mode’
as soon as next week as Tesla vehicles are still heavily targeted by
thieves, especially in the Bay Area.
Over the past few months, Tesla vehicles have been subject to a series of
break-ins and owners have been trying to find solutions.
Last year, Tesla introduced its over-the-air dashcam feature using an
Autopilot camera, but the system has many limitations, like only using the
Musk has been talking about enabling the use of more Autopilot cameras and a
Last month, Musk said that it would be coming soon and started referring to
the new 360° dashcam surveillance feature as Tesla’s ‘Sentry Mode’.
The CEO said that a Tesla would be able to detect a robbery, record it, and
it would even blast Bach’s Toccata and Fugue, a famous organ piece often
used in horror movies, and other audio content.
Tesla break-ins continue to be reported on forums and social on a daily
basis and Musk now says that Tesla is going to try to push the new update
next week ...
Musk also added that it will coincide with the release of ‘Dog Mode’, which
is a feature to keep your puppies safe and cool inside Tesla vehicles.
Tesla has already made updates to its software to help with child or pet
safety with its Cabin Overheat Protection feature released in 2016.
The automaker described the feature in its v8 software at the time:
“In an industry-first safety measure, we’re also introducing Cabin
Overheat Protect, focused on child (and pet) safety. This feature keeps the
car at a safe temperature for hours, even when the car is off. This feature
is only made possible by an electric vehicle with Tesla’s uniquely large
But now they want to make another mode that would be adapted to dogs in
order to leave the climate control on and alert any potential concerned
passersby that the dog is safe inside the vehicle.
Tesla wants to deter break-ins with music and ‘Rick and Morty’ Easter Egg
Jan. 27th 2019 Fred Lambert
(adult-swim rick&morty's keep summer safe)
Elon Musk @elonmusk
Tesla Sentry Mode will play Bach’s Toccata and Fugue during a robbery (and
keep Summer safe)
Rick and Morty keep summer safe
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Best Version Ever)
MovieMongerHZ Published on Oct 5, 2010
Though the composition is public domain, the performance belongs to the
record label that recorded the following performer (see YouTube's attributes
in the full description):
Hannes Kästner Album: Bach, J.S.: Organ Music - Preludes and Fugues -
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor - Chorales Preludes.
This album was released in 1988 and it's also available on ITunes :
Tesla has been putting more effort into security lately after their vehicles
appear to have been targeted in an ongoing series of break-ins in the Bay
CEO Elon Musk has been promising a ‘Sentry Mode’ and he has now added a
musical twist and a ‘Rick and Morty’ Easter Egg ... Musk has been talking
about enabling the use of more Autopilot cameras and have a parking mode.
Last week, Musk said that it would be coming soon and started referring to
the new 360° dashcam surveillance feature as Tesla’s ‘Sentry Mode’ ...
Tesla’s ‘Dog Mode’ and ‘Sentry Mode’ are rolling out next week
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