Tesla, known for its ability to provide new features through free over-the-air software updates, is preparing to launch a new feature for its heated steering wheel in 2023. According to a report from Not A Tesla App, the update will include an auto setting, which will adjust the temperature of the steering wheel based on the temperature of the cabin. Additionally, it will also include new manual settings of low or high, instead of just off or on, allowing for more control over the temperature of the heated steering wheel.
Tesla first began adding heated steering wheels to their cars in early 2021, although they did not activate the feature in some of them until later in the year. The automaker also added a paid ‘Cold Weather’ software upgrade to activate both the heated rear seats and heated steering wheels in the entry-level Model 3, which had both of the features included in the car when it was built, but not activated as they were only standard equipment on the higher trims.
The heated steering wheel is a convenient feature that can make a big difference in areas with cold climates, and with the addition of the new auto and manual settings, Tesla owners will have more control over their comfort while driving. The update is expected to be released soon with a version numbering of 2023.4.
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