400 vs newer

Trenton

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Oh yeah, I imagine it's like going from a phone with real buttons for a keyboard to the touch screen crap where I'm constantly hitting the worng key, sometimes before my finger actually touches the screen. I don't want to drive an I-phone, or an Android.
Oh they're awful. I used to work valet at a hotel in Aspen. This Tesla pulled up and the way to get into it, start it, and turn it off is COMPLETELY different than any other car. No gauge cluster, just a frickin' huge touchscreen in the middle of the car. I had to search a YouTube video to figure out how to turn it off.

It does have linear acceleration and instant torque, so I see why people like them, it's just not my preference.

It does have one cool feature, though. If all the doors are open, there's a button on the screen you can press and it'll close all the door electronically. It may sound useless, but if you've ever driven for Uber or given anyone a ride home, you know people like to leave the door open when they get out
 

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Oh they're awful. I used to work valet at a hotel in Aspen. This Tesla pulled up and the way to get into it, start it, and turn it off is COMPLETELY different than any other car. No gauge cluster, just a frickin' huge touchscreen in the middle of the car. I had to search a YouTube video to figure out how to turn it off.

It does have linear acceleration and instant torque, so I see why people like them, it's just not my preference.

It does have one cool feature, though. If all the doors are open, there's a button on the screen you can press and it'll close all the door electronically. It may sound useless, but if you've ever driven for Uber or given anyone a ride home, you know people like to leave the door open when they get out

They also fart.

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