This design was to help speed up the Model Y's production and reduce costs in making it. The feature would use the eight cameras on late-model Tesla cars to monitor people when they get too close to the cars.
In line with Teslarati, Musk talked about how Tesla can mass produce Model Y from Model X components and the way they're in a position to distribute the brand new SUV to each America and China.
We are still waiting for Tesla to release the base Tesla Model 3 model which they promised since the beginning but there have been no details on when that would be release. Nonetheless, Tesla has fame for shaking issues up within the markets they enter.
If being able to record those responsible for breaking-in and/or damaging your vehicle isn't enough of a deterrent, Musk also tweeted that Sentry Mode will be fitted with an easter egg that would blast Bach's dramatic Toccatta and Fugue in D Minor and, hilariously, "Keep Summer Safe" - from a cult episode of Rick and Morty that sees an AI-enhanced vehicle take security to chilling levels. Potentially, the Model Y could also do the same in the SUV market.
The Tesla Model S and other cars from Tesla will benefit from the Dog Mode, another feature that will be introduced soon. Part of Toyota RAV4's success is its low price, which allowed many to opt for the Toyota SUV over its competition.
Lastly, the new Gigafactories in Nevada and China gave Musk the confidence he has when it comes to producing these SUVs.
The Model 3, which is coming to Europe this month, is likely to attract a fairly large audience, especially when the most affordable version of the vehicle arrives.
The Tesla Model Y is predicted to be unveiled this coming March 15. As of now, Elon Musk's SpaceX is wrestling with a possible schedule battle between their two upcoming spaceflights, which want to occur quickly or they'll lose their probability at launch this year.