2021 Tesla Model S Refresh Reaction!

Avaldati 28 jaan 2021
Honest thoughts on a LOT of new stuff, and why I won't be ordering a Plaid Model S 👀
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  • Bad engineering for a steering wheel.

  • Do you think there will be a Model X Plad + ?

  • Will or has Tesla talked about creating a race team?

  • Honestly, most people drive incorrectly. This wheel forces you to never remove at least one hand from the wheel and whichever hand you leave on the wheel gives you a point of reference for getting it back to center. When you feed a round wheel from one hand to the other while turning this is what causes a lot of accidents, fishtailing and over-corrections as you cant find center when trying to go back quickly. It might seem odd at first but keep both hands at 9 and 3 while turning, race car drivers do this for a reason.

  • Save money. Get the roadster.

  • this car would cost half a million in my country's currency lol

  • Bro Audi is using active noise cancelation for 2-3 years already. That’s not something Tesla came up with.

  • Hi

  • Love your reviews Marques 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽😀😀😀😀

  • Audi shows concept of A6 e-tron with range of 'more than 700 km' (450 mijl)

  • I see that this video is from January of 2021. It is now April 21, 2021. As of right now Tesla is putting the finishing touches on these refreshes. I, like most Tesla fans, am waiting to see these cars being driven by the people who have bought them. I'm pretty sure that EEclone will light up with owners showing what the Model S or X is all about. Until then the best we can do is make educated guesses as to how the finished product will look and drive. Of course, the refreshed yoke steering wheel is what folks are most curious about. I have seen many videos that discuss and demonstrate steer by wire. Basically it lowers the steering ratio. That is to say that what normally takes a full turn of the steering wheel would take a quarter turn with steer by wire. With this type of steering the yoke steering wheel makes more sense. For more info search EEclone for Steer By Wire.

  • Not the quickest producten car at all. Put it on the nurburgring and the gt2rs is going to smoke that pice of shit

  • Ofc they do it with software... They don't want to stop producing shit quality cars and raise the price

  • i can simply watch you talk about things I cant afford for hours on end man. please keep it up. bless you.

  • hey my birthday was on that day

  • love to hear homie tell me what a camshaft is

  • 4:00 it uses a steer by wire system you don't have to rest your hand on top of the steering wheel and turn the steering wheel vigorously to make turns

  • The thing is what I don't care is the speed. I mean, the 0-60 ratio doesn't make sense because there are SPEED LIMITS. Who cares about the speed?

  • if they lay the screen sideways I will 100% buy the model x

  • Noise canceling is used in Mercedes since years....

  • I'm waiting for Hovering [Tesla] 🌝

  • I think Tesla is doing immeasurable good with its revolution of the electric car industry, but I fear that they push for change where it isn't necessary. I imagine Elon read, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," laughed, and made his company motto "if it ain't new, redesign it." I remember in 2014 thinking the design of the center console (specifically the fact that it didn't extend to the armrest) was a dumb change for change's sake because it needlessly sacrificed an area for storage of everyday items like phones and cups for the sake of "clean minimalism". Now the center console extends to the armrest like every other car ever made and they are better for it. However, now Telsa has its sights set on the stalks and is pushing for the same "innovation" where none is really needed. Sure, placing more of the controls on the wheel itself a la F1 is interesting, but removing the gear selector is downright ridiculous. It will inevitably be available on the touchscreen, but that cannot reasonably replace a physical mechanism with greater feedback and control. Tesla (or maybe just Elon) needs to learn that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," doesn't mean an idea can never be improved or changed, but forcing revolution can hamper growth when you're inevitably forced to backtrack after you learn the old way maybe had a point.

  • Why are tech channels reviewing (electric) cars now? MKBHD, unbox therapy, and Linus tech tips?

  • My take on the steering wheel is that it could work if the sensitivity of the steering increases continuously with the angle of rotation. The sensitivity could possibly also be made dependent on the speed. So, on the one hand, you could stay in lane at high speeds and, on the other hand, maneuver in small parking lots without ever having to change your grip.That would even make for more security, because people would stick their hands to the wheel.

  • Whatever car be it should take me

  • Isn't forwards / backwards the most simple and trivial consideration? Just use the brake peddle

  • I dislike when questionable "accidental" design themes become forcefully brand-defining... The Model S started with the more conventional "fake" front grille. It was oval and dictated the curved shape of the front edge of the bonnet. That shaping was all nice and congrous. Then they decided to ditch the faux grille, but because they didn't want to redesign the bonnet, they just erased the grille and suddenly, the shaping of the bonnet edge stopped making sense. It became ugly, like a peevish grimace. It was one of those facelift decisions made just to have a change, with no regard for the overall design. With the Model 3, which was quite successfully designed without a front grille from the get-go, I expected the next gen of Model 3 was going to follow that. Instead, they just cemented the peeve-face as a trademark. Or (and that is even more probable) this still constitutes just a facelift, as far as the exterior of the car is concerned.

  • Anything that is about 2 tons needs to know where it is going, no guessing! But the wheel is a safety design protecting your face when the airbags go off. Besides, it's a bad habit relaxing your arm or wrist on the wheel when you drive, although I think we have all done it. It's going to be strange when 1.99 sec to 60mph is the norm, and all carbon free. Musk may have given us what we need to save this planet just in time. Now if we can get rid of the republicans...

  • Rocket Sudan 😂🤣😂

  • No thank you....

  • Now got accident, burnt good, then they win todays darwin award

  • Only speaking

  • One questi if an Electric Car will collide at high speed, will the battery explode?

  • That's the most tesla thing ever

  • People that own Teslas how do y'all make road trips? I live in NOVA and my family is in TX. Is the an app or map that tells you where charging stations are at? And what do/can you do if your visiting a state/city w/o any charging stations?

  • Wood paneling was ugly in the 80's and is still ugly now lol and ya most of driving is muscle memory I don't think Elon musk changing so much of those things will actually work or be safe

  • Today, a Tesla S on autopilot crashed and killed two people in Texas. It took a fire department over 4 hours to put out the fire. The men killed in the crash said just before they left that they wanted to go for a drive and were talking about the vehicle’s driverless features, an official said. Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, earlier on Saturday had promoted a recent safety report from the company, writing on Twitter that “Tesla with Autopilot engaged now approaching 10 times lower chance of accident than average vehicle.”

  • I think we are reaching a Point where more acceleration became dangoures. More than 1 g is an issue. It is fun until the first Baby is killed by broken neck, behause of doing 0-60 in 1,99s. Or your daughter is loosing her Eye, because you forgott a penciel became an arrow, just flying into the back.

  • As someone who has to use hand controls to drive I have to spend some time studying how I could use the steering wheel lol

  • i wouldnt set too much stock in the steering wheel that is pictured, pretty much every concept car for the last 20 years has come out with a yoke steering wheel - yet i have never seen it come into any production car. even the original design of the cyber truck had one but was on the list of features that had to change before it would pass road registration.

  • The car is not for you buddy

  • I see steering wheel turn knobs coming back :-)

  • Imagine getting Gamepass on a Tesla 😭

  • That steering wheel !?!??? NOPE !!

  • Looks bad. I want buttons, I want stalks, I want a gear selector. I want all those things until the car can drive itself fully.

  • my '88 f250 dock truck will always be more reliable than this smartphone with wheels.

  • Id rather have a full steering when, if im not mistaken formula 1 cars also have different ratios for steering. And drive selection as a button or shifter would be better im very not interested in having to open the screen each time i wanna go in reverse

  • The steering wheel is one issue. the other is how much time your eyes AREN'T on the road when you are looking at the touch screen.. Auto steering helps that, but doesn't FEEL as safe as me running it. Probably IS, but it doesn't feel good.

  • the tilt screen thing at 6:40 kicks in when you go into space ship mode and turn left or right while flying

  • After been poor for seven years and suffered 😭,I finally get in touch with *hackpinky* on Instagram he changed my life from grass to grace,then I was able to buy this car...it really awesome using it with my family...

  • After been poor for seven years and suffered 😭,I finally get in touch with *hackpinky* on Instagram he changed my life from grass to grace,then I was able to buy this car...it really awesome using it with my family...

  • After been poor for seven years and suffered 😭,I finally get in touch with *hackpinky* on Instagram he changed my life from grass to grace,then I was able to buy this car...it really awesome using it with my family...

  • I don’t love it, I don’t hate it but would never buy it.

  • They shouldn’t have removed the drive selector. I can imagine loads of times it won’t work

  • I dont know how i feel about that wheel

  • You didnt even drive in it ...

  • I once had a car as loaner where the owner had installed an F1'esque "yoke." So glad I never have to do that. Sure, one can drive using that. It's just a lot worse than a wheel and looks really stupid. For me, the main thing that the model X brought to the table is that it had a somewhat functional interior. It would seem that's not the case anymore.

  • active noise cancelation is standard at mercedes since the 223

  • Me: Imma go reverse and turn, I left ma purse at home. Tesla: Nah... not today Sir!!!……

  • this is my friend elon, he's cracked at engineering my guy

  • i would of loved to see more of the interior other than the front dash only.

  • I like that part where Marques drives the car.

  • lmao in the us its 134k for plaid+ here in canada the plaid+ is 200k i dont think 134k usd is 200kcad

  • 2025 Tesla model S: remove the brake pedal. AI will determine when you think you want to brake 😏

  • Is the Plaid version a reference to Space Balls?

  • This car is the road to loosing your right to freely drive. Don't be fool'd by the tec. In the end it's all about control. Be a good little citizen and obey.

  • 100k for one of these is a massive bargain

  • The ergonomics of this car look terrible.

  • Love how you can easily see the awful build quality of a Tesla from your video. Maybe they should figure out to properly install door seals...

  • Wow i think this car is really cool 😎

  • The steering wheel is no good.

    • Yeah it's pretty ugly :/ But i guess you'll get used to it tho

  • Tesla, please give us a touch-screen accelerator and brake pedals! I just really want to short your over-hyped stock.

  • I hate the idea of not manually selecting the drive gears. That makes no sense to me.

  • I don’t like the new steering wheel unless it’s only 360 degree rotation from full left and right lock

  • The Model S looks way too much like a Jetta in my opinion.

  • chrome definately looked better.

  • active noise cancelling in cars isn't new. but tesla is probably going to have the best execution of it given their 22 speaker array and software flair. If Tesla is going for the aviation theme then redundancy is something they should carry along with the design language and jargon.

  • Imagine doing a 3 point turn for the first time 😬

  • Electric cars gives cancer bro!!!

  • Great video! I'm okay with the idea of the yoke steering wheel, but the idea of no shifting scares me.

  • 2 seconds it’s insane!!!!!

  • I don’t have to slow but I’m watching this video and quality Unfucking believable of the video

  • Gonna go cop this car rn

  • Might as well drive a new Model X. 💪💪💪

  • i may be wrong but i though the yoke steering wheen was illegal in the US, or at least most states.

  • No F-ing car will "guess" my gear.... Yeah, its only forward, back, or park, but... NO F-ing way! (if not, watch videos of Tesla autopilot fails, and notice quite a few of them aren't that old). I like slates, but No. if this is that way Most Teslas go in Future, something lik ehte VW ID4 or Mustang MachE are starting to look VERY good! (especially the ID4)

  • Thumbs down for the clickbait. You made it out like you actually had the car.

  • this is boutta be like irobot

  • Elon talked about the car guessing what direction you want to go on Joe Rogan.

  • Can imagine if tesla roadster is out in production. How fast it could be

  • Y'all....don't buy Tesla stock.

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  • Absolutely rediculous steering wheel. Terrible. Tesla are clowns in some respects.

  • I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that the yoke steering wheel is optional and you can get a regular round wheel if you want to. Also, at least in Europe the yoke is legal since there is no law or regulation on what shape a steering wheel should be.

  • TBH I think they are just going over board with minimalism. There are fundamental reasons we have buttons and sticks in cars. Some of it is part of tactile feedback you need as a driver to cognitive feel confident in what you are doing. The whole movement away from that has made it difficult to really feel comfortable with buying a newer version of tesla... but just MHO

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  • The active noise cancellation in the cabin isn't new. My 2015 Accord has an always running ANC that is meant to reduce engine noise. I couldn't tell you how much it helps but it's definitely a quiet ride.

  • hey mind sending me it? i want lol

  • Who needs a PS5 when you can game in your car for 100K? How many shares of GME is that?

  • Cop: Sir, put the car on park. Driver: Sorry officer but the car said "No"