No matter where you are in the world, if you jump into a Tesla, it'll know who you are and what you like. Apparently.
That's according to Tesla boss Elon Musk, who tweeted overnight that the company is working to enhance its driver recognition technology, so that you can effectively tailor any Tesla model to your specific preferences.
"We are going to move all info and settings to the 'cloud' (aka server) so any Tesla you drive in the world automatically adjusts to you," Musk tweeted in response to a customer query over navigation setup.
The infotainment system currently allows you to set a number of parameters based on your specific desires, assigning those to your driver profile, which you can select as you get into the driver's seat.
Musk also tweeted his congratulations to an Italian owner group that managed to become the first Tesla users anywhere in the world to achieve more than 1000 kilometres on a single charge.
Tesla Owners Italia tweeted that it achieved 1078km (669.83 miles) in a Model S 100D on a single charge.