Does Tesla Have The Best Infotainment System?
BMW has been pulling its feet with offering Android Auto,
But it is finally going to offer the wireless version in 2021 models equipped with its new iDrive 7 infotainment system.
Tesla models rank highest in their infotainment systems among new cars in a Consumer Reports survey of owners.
Owners participating in the survey gave an impressive 86% satisfaction rating to Teslas in-car infotainment system,
ranking it high for its audio, calling, and navigation functions.
Tesla was ranked 27th out of 28 brands on Consumer Reports 2019 list of most reliable car brands,
While Consumer Reports placed Teslas Model X in the bottom 10 for most unreliable cars.
According to Tesla, any Model S or Model X car built in March 2018 or earlier is eligible for an infotainment upgrade,
which costs $1,750 to $2,250 depending on its driver assist system computer version.
Similar to Tesla, this includes both a full-vehicle firmware-level update (FOTA) as well as updates to Infotainment-related functions (SOTA).
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