On a 19-day road trip, a Tesla owner camped out in his Model S and spent almost every night there.: David Craig claimed to have spent nearly every night in his Tesla Model S during a 19-day road trip.
The Tesla owner claimed that Camp Mode greatly simplified and relaxed his journey.
The mode enables users to charge devices and use AC or heat without draining their batteries excessively.
A journey by Tesla? Range phobia need not be a concern. According to some owners, you’ll be alright. In fact, the well-known EV brand might be perfect for a cross-country trip.
David Craig has taken his Tesla Model S on numerous road trips that were on his bucket list over the years, but he recently discovered a new benefit: Camp Mode. Craig, a 71-year-old Southern California resident.
When I camp in my Tesla, I always know what I’m getting into, Craig added. “Motels are significantly riskier. On previous road trips, I’ve been in some truly bad motels.
On a 19-day road trip, a Tesla owner camped out in his Model S and spent almost every night there.
Craig claimed that by sleeping in his Tesla, he can avoid the inconvenience of making reservations and regularly checking in and out of motels. He claimed that after repositioning the seat and grabbing a pillow, he just engages camp mode on the EV.
The function enables the vehicle to maintain optimum ventilation and a constant interior temperature. While the vehicle is in this mode, you can also stream video, turn on lights, or charge items. The function, which debuted in 2021, consumes a great deal less energy and even features a visual of a fire crackling. It is one of a plethora of specific Tesla features, along as Sentry Mode and Dog Mode. Even Tesla add-ons for camping are available from some businesses.
Craig claimed that he first purchased a mattress and a sleeping bag to use in the rear of the car, but that he later found it to be too cramped and wanted to sleep in the front seat instead, which he described as being “comfortable as a La-Z-Boy.”
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