Currently, I have 3 profiles programmed, one for me, one for my wife, and a 3rd one labeled “exit.” The exit one pushes the seat back and raises the steering wheel up to allow the driver to exit easily. But this requires several taps on the HomeLink button. After getting into the car, I press my profile button. When I leave the car, I press the exit button. Same with my wife. It would be really nice of the steering wheel raises and the seat pushes back automatically each time the driver exits the car. Or at least the steering wheel should rise automatically as suggested by pontiac66. This would eliminate one profile.
One more something else, always raise the steering wheel when placed in park (exiting the car would be much easier, then when you enter with your fob, lower to desired setting. My 7 series BMW does this nicely.
My wife and I are very different in terms of height, and preferences. We use this feature on our other cars regularly. And, this has been very frustrating with the Model S.
Sensing the key fob that is closest to the driver door and activating that profile when the handle is pulled might be one way. Or requiring a double click on the key fob door unlock to active the profile would be another way. Or, activate a profile from the mobile phone.
In any case, every car I have bought in the last 12 years has this feature. Why doesn't the Model S?
Yes, yes, yes! My husband and I are very different heights; if I'm getting in the car after him, it's really tricky to enter to even reach the touchscreen to re-set it to my height. Having the car auto-adjust based on key-fob would be tremendously helpful.
Alternately, the car could automatically slide the driver's seat back any time you open the driver's door....