Tesla offers burglary protection like only the 007 company car, but is far behind in the quirks hit list. Audi is even more disappointing.
From Harald Kaiser
Is it just a gimmick or a useful thing? It's about the new type of remote monitoring for Tesla cars, which has a touch of James Bond glamor and which one would expect to find in the Aston Martin of the eternal agent. This is because the Tesla driver can use the recently activated remote function to control the immediate surroundings of the e-vehicle via built-in cameras in the car. And that via mobile communications from the comfort of your home, office, restaurant or anywhere else. The technology is called "Sentry Mode Live Camera Access" (roughly translated: surveillance mode with live camera access).