Jason Hughes is a curious person who is sneaking around into Tesla operating system through a dismantle Tesla Model S components, and he find out things hidden in the operating system which operate the car. After he decrypts back the code, he found out there are a P100D name and a logo which indicates Tesla might have a plan to release a new high-end Model S. The new model is probably will power a new powerful 100kWh battery pack.
He said Tesla is trying to cut down any future hacking attempt by sending an update to his modules and downgrade his firmware. But he already create a backup and will find a way to manual update his firmware in the future. Elon Musk, on the other hand, had responded to Jason Hughes through Twitter by saying it is not his call to downgrade Jason’s firmware.
— Jason Hughes (@wk057) March 4, 2016
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 5, 2016