Elon Musk immediately reacts to Model 3 driver's crash story by adding features

Tesla isn't like other car makers, and you can say the same about its CEO, Elon Musk. 
Namely because Musk seems rather proactive when it comes to customer suggestions, responding to a owner's Model 3 crash experience on Twitter. 
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Musk said he'd look to add a software feature allowing a Tesla's glovebox to open automatically in the case of a crash, and affix a plastic sheet to the car's central touch screen display. 

Adding software feature to open glovebox automatically when car comes to a stop after a crash. Will look at bonding a thin plastic sheet to the front or back of screen.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 16, 2018
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