Tesla electric cars are one of the most innovative. Despite this, the manufacturer continues to improve them by updating the software. However, such software is developed not only by Tesla but also by third-party companies.
Earlier, the head of Tesla Elon Musk was quite tolerant of such moments but recently began to fight against these developers actively. After all, their offers are often many times cheaper than the American manufacturer. Of course, owners of Tesla electric cars use third-party updates more actively than licensed software. For example, Tesla recently released the Acceleration Boost option for Model 3, which increases engine power by 50 hp and reduces acceleration time from standstill to "hundreds" to 3.9 seconds. This option costs $ 2,000 and is available through software updates.
Ingenext from Quebec (Canada) offered a similar update for Tesla electric cars. It only costs $ 1,100. Of course, many Tesla owners took advantage of it. Only now they will have to pay a round sum again, as the American car manufacturer began to track someone else's software and block it, displaying the notification "incompatible modification," which can be eliminated only by installing the company's official software. If this does not already exist, you will have to roll back the firmware to the factory configuration.