Agreed. The whole remotely updateable car scenario def introduces some new precedents that need to be worked thru and hopefully standardized and regulated. For now Tesla can do this because there are probably no laws or rules against it. But I'd prefer that some level of regs exist if for no other reason than to clarify for all parties what the deal is. If a feature is removed that should be made absolutely clear via some sort of disclosure.Sounds like the dealer didnt cross their Ts and dot the I's.
But it's also wierd for a car maker to be able to retroactively change the available options for the used market. I guess its good in a way if you want those options later - but still a caveat emptor situation.
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Really I look at this like some Porsche, Audi, and Merc cars. Two models can have different power levels purely thru the tune, but are mechanically identical. When they are able, why cant they "unlock" more power for a fee?
I also think the act of pulling the feature does amount to double charging for it, and that's another great point in favor of regulation as well.
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