Preparations for the imminent release of Tesla’s next software update, version 2023.20, are now underway. Initially detected last week, this update has attracted considerable attention since it was first noticed, particularly in the wake of Tesla’s 2023.12 update that introduced several new features. It appears the 2023.20 update is likely to be a relatively small update, but we now have our first glimpse of some of the features it contains.
Of special interest to many owners is the new tire service tracking feature. This feature enables owners to monitor the mileage since their last tire service, including the distance travelled since their last tire rotation, installation of new tires, or switch to season-specific tires. Both owners and their service centers must manually reset the counter each time tires are serviced, which can be done by navigating to Controls > Service.
The Text Size feature that was initially available in the 2023.12 update has now been further enhanced, allowing text size adjustments in all languages supported by Tesla. This advancement reinforces Tesla’s dedication to providing an enjoyable experience to their global user base, regardless of language or geographical location.
Unfortunately, it is unclear at this point if the Text Size feature has been added to the Model S and Model X in the 2023.20 update. Nevertheless, it can be assumed that Tesla will make this feature available to the redesigned Model S and Model X in a future update, as they have done with previous releases.
The release notes for 2023.20 state:
Large text size feature is now available in all supported languages.
To update your settings, go to Controls > Display > Text Size.