This past February, Tesla introduced a new security feature
dubbed Sentry Mode. As the name subtly implies, Sentry Mode takes
advantage of the array of video cameras on Tesla vehicles in order
to capture 360-degree video when an incident like an attempted
break-in occurs. Naturally, the cameras aren’t rolling non-stop and
only spring into action when a sensor detects something out of the
Since the feature started rolling out to users a few months ago,
we’ve already seen all sorts of interesting footage, including a
string of videos that depict individuals who, for reasons that
remain unclear, decide to vandalize parked Tesla vehicles.
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Watch Tesla’s ‘Sentry Mode’ capture two men keying a Model 3
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Watch Tesla’s ‘Sentry Mode’ capture two men keying a Model 3 for no reason