Tesla loves to hit the news in different ways, so it encourages hackers to get access to its vehicles to alert the company about possible issues and vulnerabilities. Usually, hackers provide useful feedback, and sometimes they even share some news.
In this case, the hacker named “green” focused primarily on Tesla Autopilot. He then saw more codes than he imagines, with some date about a new software update that might be coming soon.
Green is confident about quite some updates, some of them exciting, such as integrated phone charging, new suspension version, among others.
New hardware incoming.— green (@greentheonly) January 25, 2020
Integrated inductive phone charger (Qi) for S/X cars.
Two new S/X battery types in several configs (not yet sure of the capacity – TBD)
new lumbar (so new seats?)
New charge port type.
New suspension version.
I would speculate all these are imminent 1/