Tesla Model S PLAID Impressions: Re-Inventing the Wheel!

PLAID Model S is stupid fast. And is better built than ever. But that yoke tho

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  • Congrats Marques, the steering wheel buttons stress me daily.... should have placed the blinkers like Ferrari does, and some more buttons on the back of the steering wheel that could be customized, forward, reverse, etc...

    DragTimesDragTimes6 أشهر قبل
    • @James S okay. Jealous much.

      Vincent NguyenVincent Nguyen2 أشهر قبل
    • @M neither is getting laid.

      Vincent NguyenVincent Nguyen4 أشهر قبل
    • You’re just to old to to remember where all the buttons are.

      Vincent NguyenVincent Nguyen4 أشهر قبل
    • @IvoG yep.

      Harry NicholasHarry Nicholas4 أشهر قبل
    • @T R Better at what? 0.3s faster in 0-60? Do you think that 0-60 makes a car great? What are you, 12? And since when is Taycan 0-60 in 2.4-2.5s slow? Taycan is better at things that matter more. Like a better interior and exterior quality, better fit and finish, better ride quality, better handling, faster charging....

      SilimarinaSilimarina4 أشهر قبل
  • Man, I don’t often envy the luxuries that wealth affords (mansions, boats and the like) but the new Teslas make me feel a slight pang of regret that I can’t afford to experience this amazing tech.

    TruthBy DesignTruthBy Design4 أشهر قبل
    • Hey man, how long do you think it'd take you if you went "maximum effort" with that goal (buying a Tesla)?

      Vaders FatherVaders Father8 أيام قبل
    • I would recommend just renting it for a few days instead of wasting so much money just for the experience

      Khalid AwilKhalid Awil11 أيام قبل
    • Meh, if I were looking for a car to splurge on if I were wealthy, it wouldn’t be a Tesla.

      BunsennBunsennأشهر قبل
    • The model 3 is affordable u can experience that one

      Erwin AhlersErwin Ahlersأشهر قبل
    • tbh I'll probably buy a tesla before I buy a house...

      Dyno DynoDyno Dyno2 أشهر قبل
  • The tesla steering "wheel" looks good, but is dangerous as fuck. The classic round steering wheel is a better design because it enables you to grab the steering wheel from any angle. Its more accessible, especially when you need to quickly grab the wheel with both hands to do a last munite maneuver to avoid something.

    George BethanisGeorge Bethanisأشهر قبل
    • It actually don't even look good either. I think it looks ugly as shit.

      mynametrongmynametrong3 أيام قبل
    • @George Bethanis you Are old

      Kobe Dollaz079Kobe Dollaz0795 أيام قبل
    • @Oneshot1kill age 70% of the time doesn't justify some ones personal preference so just stop

      E T H E A R N O S E T H E A R N O S 25 أيام قبل
    • you do realize you can get it with the normal steering wheel right?

      E T H E A R N O S E T H E A R N O S 25 أيام قبل
    • @Will Swift f1 has 360 degrees of lock this has 1080 the steering wheel on the plaid is a handful at low speeds in f1 you can turn 90 degrees and that’s full lock

      Hubert KamHubert Kamأشهر قبل
  • I always appreciate your clear, balanced reviews, MB. You are so thoughtful and well spoken. If I ever had the balls to create a AR-too channel reviewing the tech that's part of my daily handle, I will spend a serious amount of time reviewing all the fantastic parts of how well your channel works. Truly enjoy watching your videos! Can't wait for my CyberTruck!

    Jason BodenheimerJason Bodenheimer3 أشهر قبل
  • My neighbor has one of these, and gave me a ride today. It’s absolutely INSANE. I think the interior is awesome, the yoke is so-so, but otherwise the tech is amazing. Not to mention it’s incredibly quick. I felt the blood shifting to the back of my body. You can pull a G on a public road. THAT is madness.

    Seth SteinerSeth Steiner3 أشهر قبل
    • Interior is drab

      FilbaoFilbao11 أيام قبل
    • @B W Seriously! It makes really quick cars feel normal 😂

      Seth SteinerSeth Steiner2 أشهر قبل
    • Exactly. People who haven’t driven/ridden in one don’t understand. Even if you’re experienced on the dragstrip, you have done low 9s on the STREET. It’s just fucking madness.

      B WB W2 أشهر قبل
  • I expect 3rd party steering wheels being real popular to combat a lot of these yoke and touch button issues. If they can be retrofitted and function 100%.

    Brooks HoltBrooks Holt6 أشهر قبل
    • @J Crow All of their patents are actually open source. Anyone can use a Tesla patent under a few conditions.

      hapybratthapybrattأشهر قبل
    • Rich rebuilds!!

      Vinnie 4V2Vinnie 4V2أشهر قبل
    • Might exempt the car from warrenty

      Andrew JensenAndrew Jensenأشهر قبل
    • more like companies are gonna make yokes for other cars that don’t have them.

      Just A Broke RedneckJust A Broke Redneckأشهر قبل
    • Maybe voice activated horn.

      BestBest2 أشهر قبل
  • Another great review so thanks for posting! Consideration for a departure from a wheel has been discussed since drive-by-wire was introduced. I wish I could find the source, but there’s been talk of introducing a joystick similar to what you see in some newer aircraft. So yes, designers have ‘presumably‘ toyed with how to implement left and right-hand (dual stick) modes. The only drawback that I found in this omitted video assessment is the costs.

    Daniel OrtegoDaniel Ortego3 أشهر قبل
  • Fantastic review! I love the car. The yoke steering wheel will be a learning curve like the key card, door handles, and having a giant touch screen instead of dials and buttons. It might take more than a few days to get used to all of the new functions. But the horn really should be where the airbag is. But then again, with further FSD updates coming, the perceived issues may get resolved through automation.

    BlogginBloggin3 أشهر قبل
  • A really great review Marques. First time on this channel and impressed with your knowledge and thoughts on the Plaid. Keep up the good work.

    Joe SpavinJoe Spavin2 أشهر قبل
  • Great video! Like you said, the Tesla fit & finish makes it a hard pass for me. I would have thought they would have concentrated on a true luxury model with all of the upcoming competition. As it stands, the Mercedes EQS and Lucid Air would be on my short list. I suspect the "yoke" will go away in time as it looks ridiculous.

    John PhillipsJohn Phillipsأشهر قبل
  • Simple, critical analysis. That’s why I love this guy’s reviews.

    Rhys WilliamsRhys Williams6 أشهر قبل
    • @Darrell Moore GTFOH with you religious biblical nonsense. We doing car analysis here, how did it turn into a religious rabble - babble blab fest. Go to your church and chill, fool.

      Mushman PeetsMushman Peetsأشهر قبل
    • @22Century Girl why do you criticize everyone

      vimal tirkeyvimal tirkey2 أشهر قبل
    • @vimal tirkey why don't you be original

      22Century Girl22Century Girl2 أشهر قبل
    • @22Century Girl alright do yours then

      vimal tirkeyvimal tirkey2 أشهر قبل
    • agreed, there is a-lot to cover and he did it in a very succinct way

      WizLovesCars WizLovesCars 5 أشهر قبل
  • Marques, I'm a newcomer to your channel. Man, you are very thorough, very honest, and very real in your day-to-day reviews of EVs...Loved the F-150 Review, Loved the Rivian review, and loved this review. Great job staying objective for the weary and interested but more importantly to yourself! Great Job young man!

    Steven DumontSteven Dumont2 أشهر قبل
  • Good review. The thing with the new yoke is that they have changed an interface system that works just fine. What they have replaced it with really doesn't make anything better, just different. That's not a move forward, it's effectively a move back. Also, in his talking about better fit and finish, the camera is staring at a huge gap in the door...not what I would expect in a $140k car.

    Richard CohenRichard Cohen4 أشهر قبل
  • Round steering wheals work cause they are round :p efficiency is inherent with circular technology. Why take a huge step backwards for something as important as the controls of your flagship vehicle?

    Vance ChristianVance Christian4 أشهر قبل
    • 😍

      Abass AdedokunAbass Adedokun3 أشهر قبل
  • Thanks for the great video! To answer your question, think one could have the option for a regular steering wheel or the yoke! Think that would actually better sales as some drivers are not so keen on the change! Maybe Tesla will reevaluate this in time 😅

    Marcos Pereira BentoMarcos Pereira Bentoأشهر قبل
  • My only concern is that steering wheel. I wish Tesla gives an 200$ optional add-on to swap that to make people like me comfortable while driving and not feel like an alien ship pilot :)

    • @Uncle See Channel fastest ? Its fast not fastest...

      -Jöö-Jööأشهر قبل
    • @Kid_Amnesiak very lol

      NanaAsiedu NyarkoNanaAsiedu Nyarko3 أشهر قبل
    • with that much money u paying they should freely suggest that to u lol for either option if it was available

      NanaAsiedu NyarkoNanaAsiedu Nyarko3 أشهر قبل
    • @emrefifty how often do f1 cars do 180 turns???

      CornCorn3 أشهر قبل
    • @Uncle See Channel yes. So much power and such a dangerous steering wheel

      CornCorn3 أشهر قبل
  • When I started watching I had lots of thoughts in my mind about the steering's design, horn, and buttons and I was also thinking about our mind who does not has practice of this. But you discuss and explained everything very well. Thank you!

    Bright Right InfoBright Right Info2 أشهر قبل
  • I have installed the yoke on my 2018 model 3 and really like it. The big difference is that my model 3 has the two stalks and makes it easier to use, without the extra functions on the yoke. Did not take a long time to get use to, have always driven with my hands on the nine and three o’clock position.

    Tim WongTim Wong3 أيام قبل
  • Very interesting with the yoke... here in the uk I'm taking driving lessons and we're taught to steer with a push pull method and not to cross our arms over when moving the wheel. With the new yoke you're basically forced to spin your arms around to steer..

    InsaneFlyingInsaneFlyingأشهر قبل
    • Dont “feed” the wheel, its dangerous

      aaron hallaaron hall12 أيام قبل
  • Hey @mkbhd, would you take a yoke steering with buttons, but as a remedy to the forward/reverse issue, institute a jet pitch mechanism? Like maybe have a locking feature so it’s not accidentally triggered when you’re driving down the road, but after releasing it would allow you to push to go forward, or pull to reverse 🤔 I think that would be interesting

    Love EL PierreLove EL Pierreأشهر قبل
  • Those steering wheel buttons would drive me bonkers. Can't wait to get my hands on the Plaid.

    TedwardTedward5 أشهر قبل
    • @6ixshot he is the opposite of a tesla sheep? Drives an old porsche

      0ss13460ss13465 أشهر قبل
    • Concerning the steering wheel seems to me that Tesla forgot that Tesla cars are not driven on a formula one racing course but on normal streets where frequently harsh angles are to be maneuvered.

      Robert FrankRobert Frank5 أشهر قبل
    • Drive you bonkers? So the one that you want is like the one of Willy Wonka's?

      1999Supercooldudeman1999Supercooldudeman5 أشهر قبل
    • Did you say bonkers

      Automotive BespokeAutomotive Bespoke5 أشهر قبل
    • Yeah the wheel kills the car for me

      VentiVenti5 أشهر قبل
  • Honestly speaking, I am for everything in this new model; however, I am against the new yoke; almost everyone has experienced this; if you're making a sharp turn that requires nearly 360 rotation sometimes, you slip grabbing the steering wheel, and you'll get hold of it pretty first because it's round. With this, I believe that it's not that easy to grab the yoke if you slip, and that's risky. Again, the horn they should have just stuck with the old method; how long will It take me to locate that button and I am also keeping my eyes on the road for some fools trying to cut me off at an exit or some dudes trying to cross when the lights are already green, that's an emergency situation, and I need my eyes on the road.

    Bosco BontellBosco Bontell2 أشهر قبل
  • I think in tears of the steering wheel making a half circle with the horizontal downwards would have been a good starting point to get people use to it. So by adjustment you can either do NSEW depending on view that is post preferable.

    Connor AbdulaiConnor Abdulaiأشهر قبل
  • Beautiful car, great video, that yoke and new shifter are absolute deal breakers for me. Epic fail by Musk for not allowing an option here. I don’t see this sticking.

    S. Chris HS. Chris H2 أشهر قبل
  • Just got myself a model y and I think the idea of the yoke is to give you that feeling of driving an F1 race car or flying a fighter jet esp if the car is that fast! Tesla’s on point in my opinion but MB could be right about the buttons

    Pete Ly Real EstatePete Ly Real Estate4 أشهر قبل
  • This was a really good video. I want to try the yoke too, shame it's let down by the touch buttons.

    Oliur / UltraLinxOliur / UltraLinx5 أشهر قبل
    • Guys, HERE is THE TRUE Savior YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF” From the Ancient Semitic Scroll: "Yad He Vav He" is what Moses wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3) Ancient Semitic Direct Translation Yad - "Behold The Hand" He - "Behold the Breath" Vav - "Behold The NAIL"

      Darrell MooreDarrell Moore5 أشهر قبل
    • Hi my brother

      G VITHG VITH5 أشهر قبل
    • @Jacob Mees Good point about the sharing of the road. I do the once-handed (“wax off/wax on”) turns on the wheel anyways, so having the yoke should not affect how I drive. I think the that Tesla is projecting into the future with autonomous driving. I do wish that Tesla made the yoke an option and not as a standard. Once FSD is fully realized, then Tesla should offer the yoke as standard.

      EV or not EV that is the question for my next rideEV or not EV that is the question for my next ride5 أشهر قبل
    • @EV or not EV that is the question for my next ride that 99% is sharing the road with an uncontrollable vehicle, it's entirely valid to voice concerns about it.

      Jacob MeesJacob Mees5 أشهر قبل
    • 99.9% of people can’t afford one, so them complaining about it is moot. I’ll get used to the yoke like the way I got used to the iPhone. You couldn’t believe all the armchair quarterbacks that derided the iPhone over the physical-keyboarded Crackberry.

      EV or not EV that is the question for my next rideEV or not EV that is the question for my next ride5 أشهر قبل
  • Excellent abridged review. I love everything about the new Model S’s and X’s EXCEPT THE YOKE!!! I have a 2016 Model S P100DL with perforated seats and free unlimited Supercharging (and an opening pano sunroof!). Only 51K miles. I think I’ll be keeping it for awhile. Unless Tesla offers a regular steering wheel. BTW - my 2016 Ludicrous Model S listed for $160,900 - $6K more than the new Plaid Model S. Luckily we had the $7,500 tax credit back then. Maybe we will again!

    WiddermakerWiddermaker2 أشهر قبل
  • Ever try a "steering knob"? Could be a perfect fit for the Yoke steering wheel. Inexpensive and easy to attach and detach. Worth the try?

    turdwallerturdwaller4 أشهر قبل
    • i just think of that episode on the grand tour where Clarkson sticks a penis to mays wheel

      SEALSEAL4 أشهر قبل
    • Wow that is a great idea

      Nikhilesh KurapatiNikhilesh Kurapati4 أشهر قبل
    • Best idea

      Cassie AngelCassie Angel4 أشهر قبل
  • Great video. Thank you for thinking out loud. This 58 yr old would have a hard time with no creature comfort buttons. The forward and reverse swipe hidden behind the wheel is a fail. I would love to drive it once, but not want to own it for a daily driver

    ralphg63ralphg632 أشهر قبل
  • That's a great, in-depth review. In my fifties, with 30+ years behind the wheel (not yoke), I think I'll keep driving the old Troopy for another couple of decades. Teslas are for young people.

    Nugget S.Nugget S.3 أشهر قبل
    • You’d be surprised. At some point you’ll be too old to drive, and your kids will probably get you one.

      prime creatorprime creator3 أشهر قبل
  • Fantastic video. As expected, you coveted a lot of stuff that other people didn't cover in their videos.

    Chris MajesticChris Majestic5 أشهر قبل
    • @Carlos Sales I think Doug Demuro gets the Car review nod. Has a system like Car and Driver for ranking cars.

      WokeNFreeWokeNFree5 أشهر قبل
    • Here is the Original Semitic Text. Guys, HERE is THE Savior YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF” From the Ancient Semitic Scroll: "Yad He Vav He" is what Moses wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3) Ancient Semitic Direct Translation Yad - "Behold The Hand" He - "Behold the Breath" Vav - "Behold The NAIL"

      Darrell MooreDarrell Moore5 أشهر قبل
    • @HD_POWER didn’t ask if you cared thou and I didn’t ask or cared to ask if you had anymore cars or if it’ll be your everyday car just so play saying the horn is in a weird location 😂 lol

      Benito SmithBenito Smith5 أشهر قبل
    • @Benito Smith I don't care. This won't be my everyday car to stab a horn! It's similar to the guy who make fun of Lambos because to be able to make then start the engine you will need a long process. Or Pagani etc. These cars need Special Unique Funky Experience.

      HD_POWERHD_POWER5 أشهر قبل
    • He did what 😢😢😢😢

      Nicholas ConklinNicholas Conklin5 أشهر قبل
  • Good review Marques Honestly tesla been a top tech manufacturer I’m really surprised how they introduced this airplane steering wheel (yoke) without applying a progressive steering rack This type of steering wheel (yoke) shouldn’t never go over 90 degrees sideways, bmw introduced in 2004 on 5 series (e60 and e61) progressive adaptive steering system for parking! Complete turn of the wheels on one turn of steering wheel Would be a different experience with 90 maximum turn of the yoke … don’t you agree?

    Roberto ManueRoberto Manueأشهر قبل
  • Great informative and clear review as always, thank you. 👏👍😀

    AoToGoAoToGo3 أشهر قبل
  • Am glad you mentioned cockpit, because it would be kinda awesome to have somewhat of a cruise control kind of operation by pulling and pushing of the York. but just saying it be great, like imagine having that amount of torque by pulling and slight braking by pushing

    wallace greywallace grey3 أشهر قبل
  • Hopefully adaptive steering becomes a thing. I might be incorrect, but I believe that the Tesla is Drive by wire(?). Therefore, the steering could be dialed up tighter at lower speeds and leveled out at higher speeds. I think it’d be relatively easy to minimize winding the wheel past 90 degrees each way. For now, I’d get a suicide spinner for that wheel.

    Brandon McGrathBrandon McGrath4 أشهر قبل
  • Oh yeah! Been waiting for this one! Excellent work as always Marques and I appreciate hearing your observations and opinions of the Plaid. 😀👍🏻

    Tom's Turbo GarageTom's Turbo Garage6 أشهر قبل
    • New upload when? :(

      lols lulslols luls6 أشهر قبل
    • @Christoffer Lund Still he does amazing work, and that is a undeniable fact!

      JoeJoe6 أشهر قبل
    • Exellent work, 4 minutes after a 20 min video dropped? :P

      Christoffer LundChristoffer Lund6 أشهر قبل
  • Great video..respect for Marques.. an excellent, honest, knowledgable impression of my dream car.

    Erik VermeulenErik Vermeulenأشهر قبل
  • I would have made the steering wheel transparent if visibility was the issue, I bet there exist some material that can be used that is safe and practical.

    MacumbeiroMacumbeiroأشهر قبل
  • Unfortunately, with nearly all hi-tech products, the engineers and decision makers make choices to please themselves (expert users) rather than what would work best for the majority of their users. Also, Marques makes an excellent point about procedures that are now ingrained in our brains and muscles. In a automobile, making these types of changes can be dangerous. I have a Tesly Y reserved, however some recent events and changes are giving me pause. Elon's recent tweet that "almost all input is error" really troubles me regarding the future. That comment is blatantly false, arrogant and indicates disdain for us mere mortals who don't feel the need to turn over every aspect of driving to a computer. Marques, I just discovered you with this video. Your presentation is outstanding. I very much limit my subscriptions, but I am subscribing to this channel. thank you.

    munkymindmunkymindأيام قبل
  • Yoke steering wheel is not inconvenient, but we are used to the wheel-shaped steering wheel as we always used it in cars, so it feels like that. It is probably a matter of habituation in our brain.

    VamsVams2 أشهر قبل
  • Me as a broke and poor person that I can't afford a bicycle, watching carefully the video of Marques and very worried about the steering wheel problem :)

    0ldB0y0ldB0y6 أشهر قبل
    • I got a model x

      e_pixxerre_pixxerrأيام قبل
    • @bigmaxcc is everything alright?

      Just BryanJust Bryanأيام قبل
    • Broke today. But tomorrow Its another day 👊

      Rodrigo Jorge PereiraRodrigo Jorge Pereira2 أيام قبل
    • There’s some sort of psychological thing that Goes with that. Something about how we feed off the dopamine seeing people drive these cool cars because subconsciously we think “hey I can and want to do that too!”

      RBNzoRBNzo5 أيام قبل
    • @Liquaa RD propaganda? That’s the world

      RBNzoRBNzo5 أيام قبل
  • Dude the present day is insaaane. These days and even more in the future, we'll be like "how fast does your car go?" "163 MPH but it will get increased to 200 MPH the next software update"

    raxxraxx2 أشهر قبل
  • High likelihood they offer a round wheel at some point, low likelihood they offer physical buttons/stalks. I maintain that they didn't ditch the stalks for futurism's sake, but so that they didn't have to spend any money to develop more of their own switchgear after ditching the Daimler steering column.

    anthyman1anthyman14 أشهر قبل
  • I think it would be a perfect implementation if the wheel only did a quarter turn each way like a go kart

    WestCoastMan8WestCoastMan83 أشهر قبل
  • I enjoy your reviews! You have a great talent of communication. The very best to you.

    Marvin WhiteMarvin White2 أشهر قبل
  • Imagine someone snatching your plaid badge at a Walmart parking lot 😂

    DankwheelieDankwheelie5 أشهر قبل
    • G AY Eco-Nerds Hate Bitcoin Just Because it uses More Energy than Major countries. BUT Space X and Tesla both Hold Bitcoins. God Elon Himself has Bitcoin and Ethereum. Tree huggers and Carbon Nerds should buy something else. I Don't do NERD Things like global warming or energy. Non-Holders will Work to Death to Mine Bitcoin!! Those Fo ols will Become our Servants and Plant More Trees!! Haters of Tesla and Bitcoin will only Lose Money!! Have Fun Staying Poor! We will RULE while they LOSE. BUY While They Are super Cheap! Just BUY or Regret Forever🤑🤑

      Bi SingBi Sing5 أشهر قبل
    • @Plastique Maraj ASDA is Walmart in your region .

      FeaddsFeadds5 أشهر قبل
    • @҉K҉N҉I҉G҉H҉T҉F҉I҉R҉E҉6҉6҉ I have a model s and go to Walmart. Park in the back though.

      Eric BohrEric Bohr5 أشهر قبل
    • @Sethiest genuine question, what fancy grocery stores exist

      Jaguar YTJaguar YT5 أشهر قبل
    • @DolleHengst I've actually seen quite a few upper-end Mercedes and Teslas at Mcdonald's lol

      Sam LeeSam Lee5 أشهر قبل
  • Great honest review, looking forward to the next one. 👌👌👌

    David WhitnallDavid Whitnall3 أشهر قبل
  • Great insights. Thank you Marques. Best of luck with the PLAID!

    Bob LeoneBob Leoneأشهر قبل
  • I ve been driving since so many years and with all my experience i must say that the safety lies first in the hands of the driver that is the steering wheel if it is compromised for looks than the all are at risk while driving becoz the driver cannot make quick responses while in any situations which requires very quick response. so its a bad idea for changing the wheel design at all.

    Mehbob PashaMehbob Pasha28 أيام قبل
  • Great review and the car is great but we need old school options for the signal the steering and the horn ✌

    magloire israelmagloire israelأشهر قبل
  • BMW driver stereotype: never uses a signal while changing lanes. Tesla driver stereotype: turns on both signals, the windshield wipers, honks the horn and turns on the radio while making a turn

    ZedZed5 أشهر قبل
    • 😅

      duglandpduglandp5 أشهر قبل
    • Thats all of tesla signals for you

      👺samurai boi👺samurai boi5 أشهر قبل
    • 🥴😵🤯

      ASquadWiperASquadWiper5 أشهر قبل
    • That's for the people with big egos , to show how they ignore everybody around them.

      Julio TorricelliJulio Torricelli5 أشهر قبل
    • Best comment yet 😂

      Don R. WetterDon R. Wetter5 أشهر قبل
  • Excellent review. The more I hear about this car, the more I am coming to think that it is the car to own. It seems that Tesla is way ahead of the pack of car companies that are just now getting into electric car building.

    Guy SharpeGuy Sharpeأشهر قبل
    • Teslas are like giant RC cars. It can go fast in a straight line, but these people are tech engineers, not automobile engineers. The actual handling of the vehicle is subpar, not up to standard.

      GodGodأشهر قبل
    • For sure. While other car companies are catching up Tesla is still light-years ahead of the competition. They are the only company who can make a supercar and a family car in one. Not only that, but the UI, processing power, touchscreen. You can play PS5-level games on it! It's truly incredible, and honestly if Tesla made the Yolk Buttons physical then it would be a literal flawless car.

      RecarionRecarionأشهر قبل
  • Perfect initial analysis. Need you to review everything I plan to buy. Very informative.

    Marcos Del OrbeMarcos Del Orbe4 أشهر قبل
  • I remember when I used to be anti EVs and then someone told that I never have to go to a public place to refuel my car again. That's a huge selling point to introverts like me. 😄

    MrGrownman455MrGrownman4552 أشهر قبل
    • So, you don't travel more than 100 or so miles from your house? You've never sat waiting to get a charger slot? Spent hours in the back of a truck stop in line for a charger?

      Robert MacCreadyRobert MacCready21 أيام قبل
  • Awesome job on this video, but this yoke would not be for me.... I’d switch it out for a regular wheel from the other Tesla models.

    rusty728rusty728أشهر قبل
  • I honestly don't know if these changes makes our lives easier

    Shevon SalmonShevon Salmon6 أشهر قبل
    • Bruh just get the Model 3 or Model Y

      SaGe NinjaSaGe Ninjaأشهر قبل
    • they don't they're pointless, but people that know nothing about cars fall for these idiotic features, that's why teslas successful. You have to live with one then you'll find its flaws easily

      ALL- CAPSALL- CAPS3 أشهر قبل
    • @Manu Shanbhog copium

      CornCorn3 أشهر قبل
    • @Uninvited Guest Not to mention they don't take good care of their customers and the interior is shit for any other EVs at that price point

      PolyvenusPolyvenus4 أشهر قبل
    • G AY Eco-Nerds Hate Bitcoin Just Because it uses More Energy than Major countries. BUT Space X and Tesla both Hold Bitcoins. God Elon himself has Bitcoin and Ethereum. Tree huggers and Carbon Nerds should buy something else. I Don't do NERD Things like global warming or energy. Non-Holders will Work to Death to Mine Bitcoin!! Those Fo ols will Become our Servants and Plant More Trees!! Haters of Tesla and Bitcoin will only Lose Money!! Have Fun Staying Poor! We will RULE while they LOSE. BUY While They Are super Cheap! BUY or Regret Forever🤑

      Bi SingBi Sing5 أشهر قبل
  • Nice video. Unfortunately, it’ll take fatalities to change the yoke issue, for the NHTSA to step in. It’s a style issue and not really an ergonomic preference from Tesla. 🧐

    Robert PenamonRobert Penamon3 أشهر قبل
  • Car is beautiful man the interior looks great for the amount you pay, that’s always been my downfall with my 3p

    AndresAndres2 أشهر قبل
  • You mentioned the horn being in a weird spot meanwhile my first car 1998 Saturn coupe had a button for a horn 😆 so the horn tech has aways been changing. As for the yoke, I personally would have no problem for it due to me using many forklift machines but I agree tesla should add a wheel option.

    Mr. Matthew R. MendezMr. Matthew R. Mendezأشهر قبل
  • I watch your videos esp. electronic gadgets and you're definitely a tech-head with a pretty much unbiased opinion. But most of all you speak clear and explain well. But regarding this Tesla S Plaid I have to admit a friend that test drove it loved the speed, acceleration but the steering wheel is soooo uncomfortable. It's like a F1 race car, pretty ridiculous. THANX 4 THE VIDEO !!

    Danny DanixDanny Danixأشهر قبل
  • Cannot imagine turning my "wheel" 200 degrees for a round-a-bout then having to find the turn signals for exiting the round-a-bout. Mind-boggling design.

    EpppiEpppi5 أشهر قبل
    • They could add drive by wire to make the angle of rotation 180 degrees instead of 360. Problem solved, hands don't need to move on the yoke plus touch sensitive buttons won't be pressed accidentally.

      Miguel JardimMiguel Jardim5 أشهر قبل
    • @Autunite My prediction: Tesla will begin to offer a round steering wheel, and some fixed solution (old stalk??) for blinker etc... for European customers. Then, and only then, it'll become an option in the U.S. At least that's the best I can hope for....

      Win CoffinWin Coffin5 أشهر قبل
    • @Filip Yokes are used on race cars that don't have turn signals and never try to parallel park. That is why the turn signal and gear selector stalks were placed right next to your hands for easy access.

      ymcpa73ymcpa735 أشهر قبل
    • @K P Actually most of the things about this car are good. The choices for the steering wheel are bad.

      ymcpa73ymcpa735 أشهر قبل
    • Another issue with the yoke is that you have to “cross the wheel” while turning it; your arm crosses the airbag, so if you crash while turning you’ll break your arm with the airbag going off. Whereas a standard wheel allows you to “feed the wheel” and remain as close to the 9-3 mark as possible, your arm doesn’t cross the wheel.

      SidSid5 أشهر قبل
  • The steering wheel is my favorite part of the car, idk why everyone in the comments are hating on it

    16TAILS16TAILSأشهر قبل
  • Just imagine... an entire team of engineers and designers create one of the greatest performing cars in the world, and they all collectively agreed that ruining that with an ugly steering wheel was a good idea. Whenever I have imposter syndrome at my work, I'll always think back to this car to make myself feel better.

    mynametrongmynametrong3 أيام قبل
  • I just got my Tesla S LR with yoke and I totally agree with you on the control issues. I'm a futurist, tech guy, and 4 Tesla owner (not all at once), so I'm sort of similar, but the no tactile feedback turn signals are a bad idea, they are well located, but should have distinct "feel". And I think the shifting is even worse. It might be okay with a matched set of tactile buttons on the right thumb spot, but having to take your hand off the yoke is terrible -- and you basically have to glance at it, as there is no way to get that spot on the screen by feel alone, so a K turn is very annoying and there are situations -- like where you drive into somewhere and have to back out in a hurry -- that are frankly unsafe in this configuration. Not to mention I just wouldn't trust the car with a new driver or valet at all right now!

    Andrew GavinAndrew Gavin3 أشهر قبل
  • What I want to know is how does it do on the curves and what is the high speed stability like? Software can fix suspension setup and aerodynamics

    Waqar GhulamWaqar Ghulamأشهر قبل
  • I love tech, big touch screens, etc., but some physical buttons are actually a very good thing in a car.

    Rick KilbraiRick Kilbrai5 أشهر قبل
    • @Skylancer727 the buttons on the steering wheel can be used to change volume

      StairwaveStairwave5 أشهر قبل
    • @One Of Zero Yeah I can't live without physical buttons. I just can't get good muscle memory for touch screen controls especially if they update the firmware and move things. At least give me a physical nob for the audio volume and AC. Those two are ones touch screen controls either can't be as accurate with or are harder to just go to and change on the go.

      Skylancer727Skylancer7275 أشهر قبل
    • @One Of Zero Couldn't have said it better Kinda a deal breaker for me Same thing with the first manned SpaceX Launch Rocket can't see any button only one big ass screen it feel to cartoonish for me

      ClassifiedClassified5 أشهر قبل
    • Thank you!

      ClassifiedClassified5 أشهر قبل
    • 100%. I'd love a Tesla if right under the screen there were auxiliary climate buttons and a volume knob. That's all I'm asking for.

      VicVic5 أشهر قبل
  • idea: what if the gear switching was a sort of lever switch on the back of the yoke, so like up to drive, down to reverse, and just leave it in the middle to park. Obviously, you'd need to be stopped and have your foot on the brake to change, so you don't accidentally change the gear while turning. Maybe you could have a gear switch on one side, and a switch for something else on the other side.

    Internet SafetyInternet Safety3 أشهر قبل
  • Dear Marque, that was a "word class" description about the most weird decisions Tesla engineers and marketing took.. the yoke. Really I enjoyed so much the way you approached and describe your experience with the steering wheel. This is the reason you have so many subscribers in this channel. You have a "charisma" as we are using to say in Greece. Keep up the good work you are doing! Take care 🙋‍♂️

    Vasilis AVasilis Aأشهر قبل
  • Great video - extremely well done!

    Mark EggeMark Egge3 أشهر قبل
  • 8:17 its so hilarious to me as a dutch person to see this video someone that supposedly(im guessing?) drives a fancy EV for the environment and then uses this amount of plastic bags just for groceries xD. I remember when visiting the US I saw this being super normal everywhere. Here in my country we are very encouraged to bring are own bags when shopping and even have to pay for a plastic bag if we need one. Im not judging, just thought id share.

    JtheantagonistJtheantagonistأشهر قبل
    • I screamed in horror at that XD

      Daniel van den BergDaniel van den Berg6 أيام قبل
  • Possible solution to accidental triggering of Yoke buttons: what if the haptic buttons behaved like an Apple trackpad? That trackpad also has no moving parts, yet it doesn't register accidental touches, only firm presses (unless configured in software). If the Yoke behaved the same way, I'd think things like the horn & blinkers wouldn't accidentally trigger when rotating the wheel. I have no idea if the Tesla Yoke would even allow such behavior with a software update. Or maybe Apple has a patent on that? Regardless I see a haptic solution without needing to return to hardware buttons. And yes a more firm press would return a second, stronger haptic event (again like the trackpad) for things like constant blinking. Thoughts would be apprenticed, especially by those who have this S (mine's on order).

    MeniThingsMeniThings6 أشهر قبل
    • @Hashir Haroon Then you have to hit the turn signals more or harder to change them part way through a turn. Thus even more distraction. It's just a BAD design. No amount of software tweaking can fix it.

      TalesOfWarTalesOfWar5 أشهر قبل
    • Still a shitty design wise a turn signal knob is much easier and better than this

      I am The oneI am The one5 أشهر قبل
    • Imagine using the blinkers in a roundabout with the wheel turning...

      Thomas MaierThomas Maier6 أشهر قبل
    • You can press the right side of the wheel by your palm ( to press all 3 bottoms at the same time) and voila there is the horn.

      Tesla Money EnergyTesla Money Energy6 أشهر قبل
    • They should've done this gradually First introduce the yoke then go for the buttons

      Pankaj PatilPankaj Patil6 أشهر قبل
  • Removing the steering wheel stalks, changing the horn removing the shifter, these weren't problems that needed to be fixed. Most of those functions are not something you want to be fumbling around trying to get the touch sensor to work. Definitely non-starters for me.

    crmagscrmags2 أشهر قبل
  • For me the wheel is a deal breaker (both the shape and the touch sensitive buttons)

    Jonathan ColonJonathan Colonأشهر قبل
  • Hope the steering wheel is safe enough for someone who been driving for 30 years with the regular ones.

    Dave smithDave smith2 أشهر قبل
  • If you really pay attention though through my experience I’ve seen the majority of bad drivers, drive with both hands. I think it has to do with being comfortable driving and also it’s easier to overcorrect with both hands than one. In normal driving scenarios, not talking about 100mph plus. Either way the wheel is atrocious. I could never drive like that daily id rip my damn head off

    rowdy roxrowdy rox3 أشهر قبل
  • This car seems like a whole lot of "engineering solutions to problems that don't really exist"...

    Vivek SevakVivek Sevak6 أشهر قبل
    • @DunkMcFunk hand over hand

      Trevor RTrevor R5 أشهر قبل
    • @Trevor R But you have to constantly let go of it to readjust your hand position when turning. it's not better in any way

      DunkMcFunkDunkMcFunk5 أشهر قبل
    • @M My, my aren’t you touchy? I just thought you might want to relate your experiences with your new Plaid. I was assuming you had one, because you know, you’re obviously so rich, judging by the way you were running people down (with negative opinions on the yoke) by suggesting that they couldn’t afford one. So clearly you have one, don’t you M? Tell us all about it.

      Nicholas TNicholas T5 أشهر قبل
    • @Nicholas T None of your damn business. I don't know you.

      MM5 أشهر قبل
    • @Random stuff My thoughts exactly!

      Nicholas TNicholas T5 أشهر قبل
  • Are you able to run the 1/4 mile without the battery conditioning? Very curious on how well it performs normally.

    Peter ChouPeter Chou4 أشهر قبل
  • Is there something you can attach to the yoke to make it (feel like) a complete steering wheel?

    S WS Wأشهر قبل
  • I see a very good opportunity for someone to create an extension for this wheel to make it "normal"

    Rex Arms CryptoRex Arms Cryptoأشهر قبل
  • Do you think they could fix that with a software update? They could just disable the touch on the wheel as one turns. It does make me interested in certain small decisions with those items.

    Angel CairoAngel Cairo2 أشهر قبل
  • The yoke is a deal breaker for me, aside from the fact that well, I’m poor.

    ReeveReeve5 أشهر قبل
    • You can get the steering wheel replaced quite easily.

      viperswhipviperswhip2 أشهر قبل
    • @Raymond Jack Visibility? well thats true even tho visibility with a normal steering wheel was any problem anyways, safety on autonomous driving mode? how is removing the upper part of a steering wheel any safer than having the whole thing? actually u don't even touch the steering wheel when the car is driving itself so whats the point? since a circular steering wheel is way more ergonomical when driving manually, touch surface door customization? idk what u mean by that, and a touch surface can be easily implemented on a circular wheel instead of a yoke wheel so that's not an advantage

      VictorVictor5 أشهر قبل
    • @Victor And no one asked for the iPhone either

      Raymond JackRaymond Jack5 أشهر قبل
    • @Victor Let me repeat myself here. When the iPhone came out, trust me you could not see any advantage to it over buttons. Now you see it, because you have no choice. Oh btw, VISIBILITY, SAFETY ON AUTONOMOUS DRIVING MODE, TOUCH SURFACE DOR CUSTOMIZATION....,+++++

      Raymond JackRaymond Jack5 أشهر قبل
    • @Raymond Jack im pretty sure no one and i mean no one asked tesla to make a steering yoke to be implemented in their cars, so no im not just talking about myself there buddy. And a touchscreen has multiple advantage over a keyboard phone, tell me what advantage a yoke has over a normal steering wheel. Ergonomics certainly isn’t one of them

      VictorVictor5 أشهر قبل
  • Steering wheel looks good but I'm sure it'll aid in close-call situations.

    AlphahydroAlphahydro3 أشهر قبل
  • Ive worked all my life, making 250k/yr now and debt free. I still can’t bring myself to spend that much money on a car that appears it’s going to lose 50% of its value in 36mos. Also, can understand how anyone under 30 can afford one if they’re working towards anything that will get them to retirement. Great video and presentation

    makatkpltmakatkplt20 أيام قبل
  • hey buddy, thanks for the insightful information in your videos and style with which you present it

    Hiral PatelHiral Patelأشهر قبل
  • MB is my #1 go to for all things tech…wish I had $140k for this tech marvel of a machine….absolutely amazing that one can go 0-60 wrap speed in under 2 sec.. i remember when 0-60 in 6 sec was considered fast(yes I’m that old). .. great times we live in. MB ship ur Tesla to me here on Orlando Fl if u tire of it🤣.

    Midnite hauler-USAF combat vetMidnite hauler-USAF combat vet3 أشهر قبل
  • That steering "wheel" is a perfect example of design over function

    AlexAlex5 أشهر قبل
    • @Malik Emad Okay that means nothing lmao

      先生CherryPepsi先生CherryPepsi5 أشهر قبل
    • @xWris3 it's a steering yoke, even some articles say so, I know about yokes in planes.

      Eric GlueckertEric Glueckert5 أشهر قبل
    • @Eric Glueckert No it's not a yoke, a yoke is used on planes and you can pull and push with those. This is just utter shit and as Alex said, a perfect example of design over function.

      xWris3xWris35 أشهر قبل
    • It's a yoke.

      Eric GlueckertEric Glueckert5 أشهر قبل
    • That steering wheel looks like it would be just awful to drive with.

      Vinny ProVinny Pro5 أشهر قبل
  • Steering wheel looks so cool but it could be dangerous while driver is still getting used to it. In some situation, split seconds could save you from getting into accidents. It's a big no no

    StevenStevenأشهر قبل
  • Excellent reviewing of many points. Thank you.

    Redan ElBaik QudeimatRedan ElBaik Qudeimat4 أشهر قبل
  • It’s a great idea for 3022. I can see where Tesla is going and this Yoke makes sense in the grand scheme of that future. AI driven cars with little to no human interaction?! It would make sense that you wouldn’t need the traditional controls. But the major con right now is that we live in a hybrid reality. Where majority of the cars on the road are neither fully autonomous or only partially autonomous. So I agree, I would have transformed the steering wheel into a yoke over time.

    Mr. SmithMr. Smith6 أيام قبل
  • Whats interesting is that not the reaction of different passengers eCh time the car is launched, its marques reaction...the force on his face everytime he puts the foot down. Serious power under that motor

    Usman KhanUsman Khan2 أشهر قبل
  • The story about your registration getting sucked into the abyss then shot out like a receipt was sending me my man

    nickatnytenickatnyte5 أشهر قبل
    • I’m literally amazed to see you here. Been checking up on your Twitter and channel every so often and was unsure what to think. Hope you’re doing well!

      Philorg NeopolotinPhilorg Neopolotin5 أشهر قبل
    • I am older. And yes you are right the buttons and all the new changes are a little scary. But overall I liked your review and the car! First time watching you, nice job.

      Jay PryorJay Pryor5 أشهر قبل
    • I don't think I've ever laughed this hard over someone explaining their misfortune.

      RyRozRyRoz5 أشهر قبل
    • LOL!

      Raphael LeeRaphael Lee5 أشهر قبل
    • I watched you in 2017 from clash royale.

      Mohamed IsmailMohamed Ismail5 أشهر قبل
  • I had a chance to drive one yesterday. OMG !!!!!! Now I know what formula one cars must feels like. The acceleration is unbelievable!

    jeno826jeno826أشهر قبل
  • It's always interesting to see people attempt to use the yoke. Everyone instinctively tries to turn it as if it's a regular circular wheel and they'll also try to catch it as it returns to its original position like it is one. That only works for circular wheels because if you put your hand out to grab the wheel at any point around its axis you're pretty much guaranteed to grab part of the wheel but with the yoke that's not the case. The solution would be to simply put your hand through the large openings on the yoke under the capacitive buttons which also seem to be much larger than the corresponding openings on a regular circular wheel, a feature which I like. If you put your hand through, the amount of distance the wheel can travel from your hand won't exceed a certain limit which is the point where the wheel contacts your hand making it very easy to gain control of the wheel quickly no matter its position. Even if your hand is in a regular steering position, your hand is already right next to the opening making it easy to put your hand through and make quick and controlled sharp turns and you only have to use one hand to do so. The wheel won't slip away because it can only travel so far if your hand is there. I also don't understand why people say that not having the horn in the center is a safety issue. I never use my horn because I don't like the idea of having to move my hand from the wheel to use it especially when driving one handed and especially in an emergency situation where I'd want to keep both hands firmly on the wheel. I'd much prefer the horn button to be right by my thumb where I could easily access it without having to move my hand from the wheel.

    Marc SwaseyMarc Swasey4 أشهر قبل
  • You have a great deal of tolerance towards the new steering control, but I am sensing in your words that it’s time to rename it to joke steering. With all being said, if they wanted to make it somewhat right, it shouldn’t turn more than 90deg either way. Improved fit and finish clearly evident @2:24 - front door moulding peeling up.

    Andy KAndy Kأشهر قبل
  • Great breakdown. Car looks dope, only issues are the steering wheel & breaks in my opinion.

    pjlenzpjlenz2 أشهر قبل
  • The horn should be the easiest "button" to hit, having to reach that button in an awkward position could cost a life. I thought that was regulated and changing the position was illegal.

    Esteban LeeEsteban Lee6 أشهر قبل
    • @jon vanbrunning read the manual to honk a mfing horn? Get real. You'll defend tesla for anything.

      name namename name5 أشهر قبل
    • @T K LMFAO this has to be the funniest comment I've read today, and I've been watching nothing but shitposts. "people barely honk in America" is a blatant LIE. I highly doubt you live in America, because that statement is ignorant AF.

      Insane RARInsane RAR5 أشهر قبل
    • @Manas... just making sure this design stupidity doesn't get replicated anywhere else... back to your games son

      Enzo MorfEnzo Morf5 أشهر قبل
    • @Ivo Hristov... you can operate a horn on the blinkers lever without looking son... use your head ffs... think before talking. That Tesla horn, you need to look where the switch is every time... because you don't use the horn often... and it wouldn't matter if you'd "read the manual" like some non car dip shit are saying. That's why Tesla comes up with this crap... they don't seek feedback before implementing this crap... and once it's revealed, the feedback they get is "wow... it's so fantastic and...new...so Tesla....oooh... "... nah... it's shit

      Enzo MorfEnzo Morf5 أشهر قبل
    • @Enzo Morf no ones apologizing, I’m guessing a Tesla reasoning other than “ they did it to save cost” which it might not. I dunno how the hell haptic touch pads are ever cheaper than plastic/ metal analog buttons. You either like their design or not. You wouldn’t be the first person to not like somebody’s design and you sure as hell won’t be the last so stop acting like it’s the end of the world.

      T KT K5 أشهر قبل
  • Tesla should add in a software update an alternative mode for the touch buttons, from a tap to a 2sec hold function for example, also I imagine a lot of people will either change the wheel entirely or they’ll modify it in some way to resemble a normal wheel.

    Sebastian MartinSebastian Martin4 أشهر قبل
  • Highly agree on the wheel. It's not broke and we're all trained over decades to feel the car that way. Excellent video, really good points.

    Mark LoweMark Loweأشهر قبل
  • The steering “wheel” in this car is the deal breaker for me.

    aChosenone82aChosenone822 أشهر قبل
    • @Will It Break? Who wants to buy a car that you can't vale park? There should be no learning cure on how to steer a car. The fact that you have to use that argument to defend it proves how stupid the idea is.

      MonikerMoniker7 أيام قبل
    • @Moniker Fair enough. The yoke is tricky, as from the dozens of owner reviews I’ve watched on AR-too, most seem to like it, however, this is usually days/weeks after the learning curve. Thus, a test drive would not be sufficient as we’d be biased toward criticizing it. I hope you find the right car for you!

      Will It Break?Will It Break?9 أيام قبل
    • @Motovation Speed Putting an aftermarket steering wheel on a $100,000 car? Not happening. Easier to buy a Taycan.

      MonikerMoniker28 أيام قبل
    • @Moniker lol if you could afford this car you’d know you can swap the yoke out for a steering wheel.

      Motovation SpeedMotovation Speedأشهر قبل
    • @16TAILS We may be boring, but we are not poor. We are the ones who can afford to buy this car and to actually drive one. You can admire the *looks* of the wheel all you want, but that's it.

      MonikerMonikerأشهر قبل
  • It’s honestly an amazing vehicle… however the brakes are atrocious. I highly recommend upgrading the breaks and going to unplugged performance.