A few weeks ago, Elon Musk released that the company was working on a new feature dubbed Sentry Mode. If the name is somewhat included, the feature would enable users to record 360 degree video of their car when an alarm is triggered or a serious incident is detected. The feature should make it easier for Tesla owners to piece together information and perhaps identify culprits in scenarios where a car is vandalized, damaged, or broken into.
Last we heard, Musk said that the feature was coming soon, which in Tesla -speak doesn't really set a lot of hope. Not to worry, Musk earlier today took to Twitter and revealed that Sentry Mode was slated to roll out sometime next week.
Musk's tweet can be seen below.
Naturally, the feature is a way for Tesla owners to alert their passersby to a Tesla vehicle. is doing a-ok. The final implementation remains to be seen, Musk on Twitter last October answered in the affirmative to the following suggestion:
Can you get a dog fashion on the Tesla Model 3. Where the music plays and the ac is on, with a display on screen saying "I'm fine my owner will be right back"?
Returning to Sentry Mode, Musk previously said that the feature will be available for all Tesla vehicles which have the company's Autopilot 2 hardware.