Tesla introduces 'Dog Mode' to keep your pets from getting too hot Express News
Tesla also unveiled “Sentry Mode” to monitor the car’s surroundings while it’s locked and parked. It said in a blog post the feature uses the vehicle’s external cameras to detect surrounding threats and sends alerts to an owner’s Tesla mobile app if an incident occurs.
in a tweet
on February 7 that the features would be unveiled this week.
To enable “Dog Mode,” owners will tap on a fan icon at the bottom of the touch screen. If the car’s battery reaches less than 20 percent charge, owners will receive a notification on their mobile app, Tesla said.
Tesla warned customers to check for local rules regarding leaving pets unattended in cars before using the feature.