Tesla surveying owners to find out what they love about their cars, and what they would like to see change

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said the key to their success is making products people love. Despite doing just that and being on track to sell around 900,000 cars this year, the company is always looking for ways to innovate and improve.

One way in which it is doing so is by surveying owners to learn more about what they love about their cars, and what they would like to see done differently.

The survey, run through Tesla’s Owners Club program, asks existing owners what model they have, as well as trim level and options.

The questions then dive into what you love most about the interior, exterior, and driving experience.

You are also asked to provide feedback on what you would like to change or improve in relation to each of those topics.

The survey is intended for owners only, so we are not going to provide the link. We want Tesla to get meaningful results, and if the link is provided outside of the owners group, the data might get skewed.

If you are a member of your local Tesla Owners Club and haven’t yet received the survey in your email, reach out to them for the link.

But do so quickly, the survey closes tomorrow, December 3, 2021.

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