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OBD2 style diagnostics



Add a method of connecting to an OBD2-style diagnostics interface.


Many drivers use OBD2 to interface with their vehicles, often using programmes such as Torque. This allows them to log data, present virtual dashboards, run HUDs etc.

Tesla should make this available on all its vehicles. This could be done through software, for instance presenting a virtual ELM-compatible Bluetooth interface. It could present basic data, such as speed and SoC, along with potentially more advanced data, like autopilot information and even navigation data. It could also allow a simple way to access fault data, making third-party maintenance more accessible.



entered 11-Aug-2019