The New Tesla's "Dog Mode" Feature Will Allow Drivers To Safely Lock Their Pets In The Car
Leaving your pet in the car for a few minutes may seem harmless to some, but the temperatures inside a car parked in the heat — even those parked in the shade — rise quickly the second the vehicle turns off. Pets left behind in hot cars, have to endure temperatures well over 100 degrees that can lead to illness and death. In order to prevent that, Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle while allowing drivers to set a comfortable temperature for their pets before leaving the vehicle.
The automotive company unveiled the upcoming feature on Twitter with an adorable video:
Introducing Dog Mode: set a cabin temperature to keep your dog comfortable while letting passersby know they don't need to worry pic.twitter.com/xFU6MGZT53