The sad part is the horrible software in the Lightning. Our lives have become complex with devices and my short 400 mile Thanksgiving trip was frustrating.
First is the navigation. In 4 years of Tesla ownership I can count on one hand the number of times it didn't understand and map an address. Trying to use the Ford Navigation, I tried about 10 times to get it to understand an address (did this 3 different times) and it never once found an address. This is just the beginning.
From there - I also want to upgrade the stereo, so I've ripped 60 or so CD's to FLAC and have those plugged in to one of the front USB plugs on an SSD drive. I have Car Play turned off because I want my phone wifi to be connected to a wifi OBDII reader. So my phone is connected via bluetooth. If I used voice command to try and change music on the USB drive, it would switch to my phone bluetooth music every time. Most of the same music is on the phone in mp3's. No matter what I did giving a voice command, it would not change to a different antist or album and stay on the USB music. You can't select any USB music with the truck moving with is absurd.
I can do some things to make life easier, but I shouldn't have to compromise to do so. I don't truly need the OBDII reader, but using CarPlay and Apple Maps gives me no information about charging, Plus you can't resize the Apple map on the screen to zoom out and look ahead.
To say the least - I'll have to make compromises and add complication just to use this crap they call an interface and software.