Help me here folks...
I love my XC90 T8 2017, we can discuss battery range and what have we, but the car is just so nice... I tried out a Tesla model X P100D the other day, and yes, is does the acceleration without any comparison and it's autopilot seems more advanced than ours in the XC90, but that's It! Everything else is by order of magnitude better in the Volvo.
I like to call the Tesla a two trick pony.
We will never get the acceleration, nor does anybody really need it, so we are down to one trick which I really would like in my XC90, a better (safer) autopilot.
I don't know if I'm the only one, but the XC90 autopilot does a SILENT disconnect when it looses track of white lines and/or the direction of the road. Without ANY WARNING is degrades into distance keeping cruise control with no directional control. No auditable feedback, just the green steering wheel turning gray... DANGER!!!
I'm also a certified pilot on commercial jets, and in the one I'm flying, an uncommanded disconnect of the autopilot has first priority (It outrank fire, engine failure or everything else) and comes with all the bells and whistles there are... The logic is, that the pilot should ALWAYS be aware of the level, if automation active...
Am I the only one to notice this flaw in the XC90?
Oddly enough, there is a warning when the disconnect happen due to lack of human hands on the steering wheel.
...and yes, the Tesla has this one done correct. Damn!