Here's some issues I sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (where they will probably gather dust). Teel Deer: I love my car, but software-wise it is unacceptably buggy for a production vehicle. Curious to hear other people's thoughts and experiences. All issues experienced on 2018.21.9 I took delivery of my model 3 on 6/7, and I have a lot of suggestions for useful software tweaks. However, I wanted to send y’all an email about the really bad stuff while it was fresh in my mind. Please keep in mind this is all stuff I have experienced in 10 days/500 miles. 1) My car software has crashed at least twice upon entering the vehicle. This had rendered the car unusable for about 30 seconds on entering the car. When I get into my car, I want to be able to drive immediately, and I don’t think this is unreasonable. 2) on some back roads in my hometown (chelmsford, MA) autopilot has steered over the line so part of the car is in the oncoming traffic lane. Watching the line mapping on the touchscreen, autopilot was very aware it was partially in the other lane. (edit: adding this note - I am not using autopilot to drive on backroads! I noticed this while doing some proverbial kicking the tires with no other cars anywhere near me) 3) I have an iPhone X, which seems to be generally considered to be the best cell phone to use as a “Bluetooth key”. However, I have had issues entering my car at least twice requiring me to remotely unlock directly from the app. If you’re not going to utilize keyfobs, you have to have the cell phone as key be rock solid. It isn’t. 4) it was a warm (85F) cloudless day today. That glass roof really radiates heat, even with remotely engaging the AC a few minutes before entering the car. I really love the car in concept, but it really does feel like I’m driving a car in late beta, not production.