Starting with the calendar, you can see a daily view of your appointments on the in-car display. If you've already added a location, you can tap it to immediately bring up driving directions. Meanwhile, the traffic-based navigation basically sounds like what Google Maps does to warn you of clogged roads. In this case, the Model S monitor real-time traffic conditions based on data collected from other Tesla drivers, and it also gives you a pop-up notification if it thinks you should take a faster route. Rounding out the list, Tesla now lets you start the Model S using your phone -- a handy feature if you forgot your key fob.
That's it for major features, though the update includes a few smaller tweaks as well. A location-based air-suspension feature knows where you previously chose high ride heights and then remembers to adjust the air suspension should you ever return. Finally, you can give your car a nickname in the app, while a new power management setting allows you to automatically put the Model S into energy saving mode at night. The update is available now -- just make sure first that you're using the latest version of the Android/iOS app.