That is all true as I've had several enhancements added to my X since I've purchased.You can say that about the Model S and Model X too. After five years on the road, Model S users are still getting updates with new features and performance enhancements. Pretty nice, if you ask me. Heck - GM couldn't even be bothered to give 2016 Volt owners the 2017 energy rating display when we all took our cars in to the dealer for various firmware recalls last year. <snip>
A couple recent ones were:
- easy entry/exit (optional) setting so if I unbuckle the steering wheel and seat will move to my entry/exit settings
- performance upgrade so now the vehicle performs even better for things like 40-70 mph window (think passing)
Taking our 2016 Volt physically into the dealer to get software updated to avoid RPP/redude propolsion power on older vehicles with loss battery capacity (in colder weather is one of the triggers). Having another family member pick me up or I could wait for a van at the dealership to give me a ride home. Not ideal way to use peoples time.
Over-the-air/OTA is one of Tesla's main benefits and the Model 3 (S & X) will improve with limited negative impact to the customer.