Some are purely aesthetic. Some are functional and many fulfill both now you can easily enjoy your model. 3, without buying this 150 accessory, you can unlock and drive using the included key card or using your phone, but I have a couple of issues with those too. I keep the card on me at all times, just in case my battery dies or I’ve run into a valet or something like that, but it’s a last resort as you have to pull it out and place it along this side of the car to unlock it And then write it down here next to the cupholders to actually activate the car and turn it on before. You could drive it. The app works well, but it doesn’t always communicate with the car when you’re walking up to it sometimes it’s because of the phone placement in my pocket. But sometimes I have to wait for it to wake the car up. It’S not a huge deal but it’s a little bit annoying, but what really really bothers me is how clunky it is to open up the front, so you have to navigate through the app to unlock it and it double checks that you want to do it it’s. A short additional step I would imagine this is a reason why a lot of mile three drivers prefer using a trunk or the front. Some say: they’d only use the front. The trunk is a lot easier because you can physically unlatch it once the car is unlocked, but you can’t do that with the front at all, without using an app so it’s.
A key fob worth purchasing after issues like that. Bine, well, since using the key fob, passive entry has been much more accurate. I walk up. I haven’t had an issue once with unlocking the door and open it, and the same goes with the trunk itself. Walk up – and it reads it pretty well it’s all about reliably gaining access to your vehicle without much effort at all pretty seamlessly. As far as starting the car, I haven’t had issues once I’m in the car using that app, so it’s pretty much a wash when it comes to that. But here is the killer. Opening that front and trunk I’ve gotten into a habit of unlocking my shrunken trunk of my Model X by walking up to it when I’m bringing groceries and things like that now can easily double click. The designated location on the fob to do the same. On my three now, the next step is to add the power front and trunk to the model, three to really make it conveniently open and close automatically. This will definitely be easier with the key fob. I always talk about this feature, because this was a game changer. Pentru mine, I love it. I added this to my model, eggs and, if you’re interested there’s a link in the description I’ll get you 15 off of this now that’s. Basically, all the positives with the file, the car start with the fact that you’re having something else in your pocket or purse, if you’re used to having a key on you anyway, it’s no big deal but um some people like that minimalistic approach.
It also seems very fragile II. I don’t want to drop it or scratching that’s pretty slippery. So I have a some protection for mine. They have aluminum ones like this, and they have TPU ones like this, and you can find things all in between there’s. A link for these as well, and the biggest con of all is the price, as with anything else, the value of something that pens on very personal reasons, what’s worth it for you may be different for the next person case in point buying. The Tesla is well worth it for many of us, but some people don’t see the value winning and they disagree with this. But yes me personally, I love my key fob. It makes accessing the trunk the Franck and unlocking the doors a little bit easier, which I love I’m, pretty happy. I purchased it, but I won’t be spending a 300 on that home link. Hey thanks for watching and don’t.