Tesla Could Bring Track Mode To Non-Performance Cars

Tesla currently offers a special Track Mode on the Model 3 Performance and Model S Plaid but the news is that the same feature could soon come to non-performance versions of its cars soon, too.

Track Mode gives drivers more information when they take their electric cars out onto the track as that name probably suggests.

Alongside information, drivers can also customize how their vehicles handle as well as set start and stop points for lap times and more. However, while that feature makes most sense on the fastest Teslas it now sounds like it could come to all cars, although we don’t know when.

Responding to a request on Twitter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared to suggest that the feature could roll out to everyone — or at least part of it. The Tesla driver asked if they could get track mode added to the Model Y and Model 3 or, at least, get the ability to disable traction control.

Musk’s response was a simple “OK” and that was the end of that.

Whether this will actually happen or not remains to be seen and again, even if it does, no timescale is available. But Musk has often been true to his word on Twitter so there is definitely hope that all Tesla drivers will soon get the same feature.

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