There's a lot more reasons to be glad you didn't get a Tesla! I'm selling my Tesla Model 3 Performance at a pretty hefty loss due to the way things have been going. I got mine September 2020 and for the 1st year and a half it was amazing. Some updates were better than others, but it was mostly trending up with regards to improvements. Then Musk went full mental. About half way into 2022 updates just made things worse, each update is now a question of 'what's broken' or 'what's removed'. The big one that started the search for a new car was 'Tesla Vision', you won't find anyone saying anything good about it. Unless they're a huge Telsa fanboy.
So what's so bad about it? Because of part shortages they dropped radar, and switched to camera only. My car fortunately has radar so I thought I would be safe. No such luck, they literally switched everyone over to the radarless AutoPilot system. This means the phantom brakes that were almost gone? Back with vengance. Worse, auto wipers and auto high-beam are now required for AP. Even adaptive cruise requires auto wipers?!? Auto high-beam is atrocious and will not dip for oncoming traffic, and is slow to re-engage. It also likes to flicker on and off with road signs, because it blinds itself with high beam, so it dips. Now the sign is dark, so it goes back to high beam. Repeat. They did an update to improve the high beam and now it doesn't blind everyone but it still likes to keep high beam on when traffic is further away - especially if in the same direction you are. It also still runs full beam in town with street lights, it'll only dip for what it thinks are cars. Auto wipers, well, they've never worked right and never will. The best bit is going down the motorway on a sunny day, with them wiping away. Can't turn them off unless you go full manual, no auto steer, no cruise.
In the newer cars they've dropped the ultrasonic sensors, so they use the camera for parking sensors now. It predictably doesn't work. It's only a matter of time before they put everyone on that code path and the USS are disabled too.
Oh and it loves to try and steer you 'into' lane now too. Even if you're in full manual, if it thinks you're leaving your lane it'll pretty forcefully push the wheel. So you have to provide quite a lot of torque to 'override' the system. It's never actually triggered when I have gone over a white line or the edge of the road. It only ever triggers when I'm in lane, pushing me out. So that's fun.
I'm reminded of a TMC thread where a guy constantly had his car alert and steer him into the oncoming lane when he went down a specific road. Oh how we laughed at the old guy not understanding things. Back then the car would alert, but never provide steering 'assist' even if it was turned on so we couldn't believe he was getting any torque through the wheel. We should have listened. Tesla seem to send out different versions of the software for A/B testing, even if the version number is the same. He clearly had an early implementation and we didn't take it seriously. He sold his car within a month of this starting, and I can see why. I should have sold mine then too when it was worth barely any less than I paid for it. If someone starts reporting something bad in the software that no one else is getting - just assume you'll get it later on.
So my suggestion is this: Don't get a Tesla. The M3P is still my favourite car I've ever had as a driving experience. It isn't the best at any specific area (other than maybe acceleration!), but the overall package fits me perfectly. But the software.... the software wants you and everyone around you dead. You cannot turn it off permanently, it will only get worse.
So I have a Polestar 2 on order at heavy financial cost because of the heavy depreciation that's hit Tesla this year. I am of course beyond concerned about the Polestar software, with all the talk of resetting the tablet, TCAM issues, app issues, etc.. The Tesla software is very stable, apart from the driving bit - that's homicidal. I really don't want to be dealing with software problems and have a pretty low tolerance for them.