The feature is easily accessible through the car's settings. The reason cited for the fall is failure from Tesla to deliver the vehicles in the U.S.as well as below than expected demand from buyers in Europe and even in China. Should the owner be absent for an extended period of time, and the car's battery reaches less than 20%, a notification will be sent to the owner's mobile app.
On Wednesday, the carmaker rolled out "dog mode" through a software update, a feature which keeps the air-conditioning running and tells passersby that your pet is OK through the centre screen.
The American Veterinary Medical Association says hundreds of pets die in parked cars each year when owners underestimate the interior temperature of the auto.
Tesla has rolled out a new mode for pet owners that creates a safe environments for pets to stay in the auto while the owner is away.
Dog Mode will be available via software upgrade, along with a new Sentry Mode that warns against dangers while the vehicle is in park, and a dashcam upgrade that will record and store footage from the side cameras.
'Many people think it will be fine just to leave their pets for a minute or two, but we know that this is all it takes for temperatures inside a vehicle to soar to risky levels.
If - for instance - someone unwittingly leans against the auto, it switches up to the equivalent of Star Trek's yellow alert (actually called "Alert" state). When a potential threat is detected, the cameras on your vehicle will begin recording, and the alarm system will activate.
This mode displays a message on the cars center screen alerting those within view that the surrounds are being monitored. As the name suggests, Sentry Mode allows users to record and view 360 degree video of their vehicle when a serious incident like a break-in or an attempted theft occurs.