Replace the side mirrors with cameras so it avoids any blind spots.
Monitors could be placed on both sides of the speedometer, so checking them wouldn’t involve any head movement. If designers want to get even more creative, perhaps they can be made user adjustable, with individual settings saved to each drivers profile.
I realize that there would probably have to be an act of congress to get current laws changed to replace the mirrors, something that would most likely take years to accomplish, with much lobbying from the auto industry. But what’s to prevent installing the cameras now while leaving the old mirrors in place?
Moderator: The first Model X used cameras for mirrors, but Tesla quickly discovered that governments don’t like change and do not allow this. Your idea for both cameras and mirrors is clever, but the main reasons to get rid of the mirrors is to reduce CD (Coefficient of drag, to increase range).
Jul-2020 update: ISO camera mirror standard is now final, but still not legal in the USA.