Tesla Introduces “Dog Mode” Leaving Furry Friends In The Car On Summer Days.
Here in America, we have a one-of-a-kind fascination with our four-legged friends. ...
Here in America, we have a one-of-a-kind fascination with our four-legged friends. The relationship that a person can have with an animal is something that needs to be experienced in order to truly be able to be explained. However, even for those who never take apart the phenomenon, it’s easy to see just how in love with their pets people can be. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent in so many different ways in order to try to make our pets happy. Those familiar with the real estate industry even say that it’s quite common that one of the most sought after features, when looking for a home, is its ability to be able to adapt to the owner’s pets.
In response to this love of animals, Tesla has come out with its very own feature to accommodate pet owners. A pretty widespread problem that really shouldn’t exist is the fact that some people just can’t help but leave pets in a hot car. In just a couple of moments, pets can be exposed to incredible heat which can end up being deadly before long. Tesla reacted to this with a feature that will allow an owner to leave their pets in the car for a short period of time. This is where someone at Tesla got to do a little bit of creative thinking.
For the brand that has already seemed to have thought of just about everything, they now have checked one more box on the list of innovations. For those who are getting ready to exit the vehicle and simply can’t bring their pets with them, “Dog Mode” will allow Tesla owners to leave their pets in a climate controlled environment with the vehicle locked. Meanwhile, a warning will display on the screen in the center console, alerting passersby that the animal is, in fact, safe.
This feature does seem like quite the innovative one. However, with the way that people are these days, we can see that it’s probably only a matter of time before somebody tries to use this kind of technology to leave their kids in the car.