Your Tesla Can Now Stream Netflix While It Drives You Around

Jul 31, 2019

Category: Tech

While most automotive tech companies are still trying to work out the kinks in their self-driving technology, the mad scientists at Tesla have begun to focus on giving you things to do while your AI-powered electric car drives you around. Their latest addition: their cars will be able to stream Netflix and YouTube.

Like the previous announcements made by Elon Musk’s car manufacturer — including a “dog mode” to keep your pup safe and cool while you’re not in the vehicle and onboard video games — this new addition will be available in the Model 3, S, and X. And it’s entirely accessible via the vehicles’ center touchscreen console — which is bolstered by a large screen, cinematic surround-sound audio, and comfortable seats. For now, the tech will only be available while parked, but the marque has already said they’re going to roll it out for in-motion viewing as soon as self-driving tech is approved by government regulators.

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